35 Burst results for "Larry David"
The Eric Metaxas Show
Alan Dershowitz on Modern-Day McCarthyism
"The privilege of speaking with the great Allen Dershowitz, his book is guilt by accusation, the challenge of proving innocence in the age of me too. You were saying Alan and thank you for letting me call you Alan. That people have publicly excoriated you, you mentioned Caroline Kennedy, whom I've also interviewed strangely. And I find it telling that those on the left in America today seem to be doing precisely what you referred to in the McCarthy era. It's never been so dramatic that people get emotional. They cease to think clearly, and then they feel that we must do anything we can do. Whatever we can do. And that's effectively how they're acting. In other words, they really check their brains at the door. They don't want to be thoughtful or measured. They think now is a time for scorched earth, and it's happening among your tribe and I don't mean the Hebrew tribe. I mean the left. They have been doing this for some time. Well, it's also happening among the Hebrew tribe. I was canceled by temple Emanuel. After the rabbi told me, I had spoken there every year for years and years filled the place up. He said, I absolutely believe you did nothing wrong, but I don't want trouble. I was canceled by the 92nd street. Why? I was canceled by the Romans high school. All saying, we don't believe a word of any of us. Wait a minute. What you just said? No, no, no. What you just said, we don't want trouble. You know and I know. That is how Hitler rose to power. Because Germans, just like the folks to whom you've referred, simply said, we don't want trouble, maybe we even know you're not guilty, but we don't want trouble. That to me is even more despicable than being in an unhinged lunatic like our former friend Larry David, because they know what's right and nonetheless are choosing not to stand up for principle or for someone they know innocent. That is to me the horror and at the center of what we're talking about. And that's why some of the leaders of the Jewish community have been among the worst villains of this modern mccarthyism. By the way, as they were during real McCartney.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Alan Dershowitz Describes What Has Eroded in America
"Suppose has slipped such that we are capable of falling into something like a Salem witch trial or something that you hear about, people being accused in East Germany by their relatives. In other words, that has really not been part of our history as a country. What do you believe has been slipping or eroding such that this is possible? Well, I'm a little older than you, so I grew up during the McCarthy period. And I remember very vividly being Brooklyn college when the president of the college wouldn't allow communists who to speak on the campus or to teach. And I thought against it then I was a virulent anti communist. I hate communism. I think it's one of the great evils of the world. But I defended their right. And people who represented communists were trashed and were canceled and were seeing a repeat of this. The country has fallen into a tremendous divide, everything is one side or the other. There are no civil libertarians left. You're either on one side, you're on the other. I defend president Trump on the floor of the Senate, even though I voted against him twice, and I'm regarded as a facilitator of Trump the way Jerry mccarthyism, lawyers were regarded as facilitators. Larry David comes over to me on the show Mark and start screaming your despicable because of my representation of Trump and other things. Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of the president of the United States, the niece of Ted Kennedy, who I represented. Says to me at a dinner party, if I knew you had been invited, I wouldn't have come. This is all because I defended Donald Trump on the floor of the Senate.
Coin Stories with Natalie Brunell
"larry david" Discussed on Coin Stories with Natalie Brunell
"That's where the withdrawals were being processed from, it's just an operational catastrophe. I mean, it beggars belief. It's really unlike anything I've ever seen. You know, there's seed stage startups out there that have better accounting than this $32 billion monstrosity. So that is the thing that actually shocked me the most of all the revelations. Well, a class action lawsuit has already been filed naming Tom Brady and Larry David and all of that. Do you think that there could be a potential clawback, especially when it comes to the political donations? Yes, I think those political donations were illegitimate. When you have, let's say, mafiosos or mobsters that have illegitimate streams of income and then they buy political favor by donating that to local politicians. It's not valid or acceptable for those politicians to accept those donations, right? I think this is basically the same. The funds that were used to make those donations both to Democrats and Republicans, frankly. Those funds were not listed, right? They were not legitimately obtained. It's clear now that those were the proceeds of theft. So I don't think any single politician can justifiably hang on to any scent of donation that came from Sam and his affiliates, right? I think it should all be returned. Whether it's a legal matter of a clawback, whether bankruptcy law permits us to call back. But more to the point, it's just a moral issue. Those funds are rightfully owed to the creditors of FTX to the people that retail folks who lost money. It should all be returned every cent. My understanding is that they had no Bitcoin. Can you shed any light on that? I mean, essentially they were giving out paper IOUs and no one has their Bitcoin and obviously can't withdraw it or access it. They'd probably had Bitcoin at some point. I mean, people would have made Bitcoin deposits to FTX, but I guess they just spent it on stuff. I mean, they have Bitcoin flavored assets. So obviously nowhere near as good. But for instance, they made massive investments into GDA, which is, in my opinion, the biggest Bitcoin miner. So there are Bitcoin flavored assets on the balance sheet, but that's no substitute whatsoever for Bitcoin. All they should have been doing is holding corresponding assets exactly matching the liabilities. And they didn't do anything remotely like that. A huge wake-up call for all exchanges now. I really hope those reform in the exchange space. We're going to take a quick break from the show to
The Rich Eisen Show
"larry david" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Way you can be at a party with over 25 people and you know think about that. The reverse norm. Bye bye. Say goodbye to everybody. Just the people you got to have a pecking order? Yeah, I was at a big party on Saturday, like I said, goodbye to the host. And then I went around and I saw everybody there and the door was to my eyes. It's just much easier for me to go this way. I understand that way. So I did have to say about everybody. This sounds like a Larry David curb your enthusiasm. Sometimes you gotta say goodbye to everything. Why? Situation. The guy that has to say goodbye to everybody. Me? And this conversation is a perfect example of why it takes 15 minutes to say goodbye. I'm having trouble saying goodbye to the first segment of this program? Yeah, like right now, you're doing it. Hour three? Right now. Come on. This is worthy of a conversation. I believe so. That you can say goodbye appropriately to the host, the host's spouse, maybe a couple of close friends, one that you haven't seen. Yeah, that's always be somebody that's like, why didn't you say goodbye? You didn't say goodbye to me. Am I not goodbye worthy? I'm telling you, this is like a curse. Am I not good by worthy? And some people are not goodbye. I mean, some people don't even want to say hello to, let alone goodbye. Can I put this as a poll? Are you more likely to Irish goodbye or Jewish crime? This is a curve. This is totally a curve. See, when my group, we call it the French exit. A little bit. We call it the French exit. Lowry, how am I not going to say? What's going on? You can see it. Would you forget about that too far? Advertising. I'm just saying this is a gray area between what the time
"larry david" Discussed on WTOP
"Local stories we're following this hour, it was a case that had gone cold more than half a century ago, but now Montgomery county police say they made an arrest in the killing of a sheriff's deputy. 53 year old Montgomery county deputy sheriff captain James hall was shot and killed during what police believed was a burglary in progress in 1971, a man by the name of Larry David Becker was questioned now 51 years later, Montgomery county police chief Marcus Jones said the cold case unit got a confession from Becker who used the last name Smith for decades. To obtain a confession for someone who committed a crime 51 years ago is a tremendous tremendous accomplishment. Smith now 71 will face a charge of first degree murder. Kate Ryan, WTO news. New tonight, the prince George's county executive is defending her decision to enforce a monthlong curfew for people younger than 17. On Twitter, Angela also Brooks writes that while some people disagree with her decision, she's responding to county residents who have asked what more can be done to protect their children. Also Brooks is also making it clear that police will enforce the curfew. And if they find someone breaking it, they will educate them about the curfew and tell them to go home. She says she's hoping parents will take their children inside by 10 o'clock on school nights, and by midnight on weekends for the next 30 days, also Brooke says that county residents in her words deserve both freedom and justice, which includes the freedom to carry groceries into their home, walk the street and pump gas without fear of being violently assaulted. Many in our area are beaming with pride tonight as hyattsville, Francis tiafoe has done something no other American man has done since 2006, the 24 year old advances to the U.S. open men's semifinals winning in straight sets over Andrei Rublev and tennis students cheered on their hero at a watch party at the college park tennis facility where TFO learned to play. They cheered
"larry david" Discussed on WTOP
"About, HBO has renewed the Emmy and Golden Globe warn winning comedy series starring Larry David for a 12th season. It originally debuted on HBO in 2001, the series stars Seinfeld co creator David as an over the top version of himself in an unsparing but tongue in cheek depiction of his fictionalized life. It's ten 25. Time for money news and here's Jeff claw. But that lost another 154 points Tuesday, but the NASDAQ was unchanged. New home sales dropped almost 17% last month alone to the slowest pace since early 2016. Amazon Prime strikes a deal with direct TV to air Thursday Night Football at thousands of bars and restaurants. MoviePass the subscription service that went bankrupt three years ago is starting back up in September, but this time no more free movie a day deal. Jeff Klebold news. Still ahead on WTO P, we're going to check in on the election results we've received so far from primaries in three states tonight. We know who the Republican governor of Florida Ron DeSantis is going to face in the general election in the fall. It's ten 26. Now more than ever, managing strategic cyber operational and financial risks in your supply chain is critical to protecting your projects and programs, as well as U.S. national security. Using advanced machine learning capabilities, blue voyage supply chain command detects and remediate cyber threats identifies foreign influence into contractors, as well as new or unknown vendors, delivers comprehensive industrial based reporting, and provides real-time vendor reliability monitoring that reduces acquisition risk, illuminate your supply chain risks today. Learn more at blue voyant dot com slash federal. Recently, a milestone anniversary was approaching, so I took my other half to fogo to shown. Wow, what an
"larry david" Discussed on KOMO
"COVID And I am devastated I'm gutted The country star was due to co host the CMT awards on CBS Monday night alongside marvel actor Anthony Mackie She can't do that though she says she's feeling better than she was a couple of days ago and she won't miss the show completely The incredible CMT family and my team have brought part of the CMT set to my house to my little bubble And set it up to where I can still host and perform Kane Brown will step in for in person duties in ballerini's place HBO feeling pretty pretty good Larry David says there will be a season 12 of curb your enthusiasm Meanwhile confirmation that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will somehow appear in the upcoming final season the Breaking Bad spin off Better Call Saul I'm vengeance Warner Brothers announcing The Batman will start streaming next Monday And singer Joss Stone is 35 Monday Jason Nathan's an ABC News Hollywood Imagine all the people The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer hopes he can recover the stolen drum kit used to record John Lennon classics including imagine Alan white's wife Gigi tells our sister station the base drum is stamped with the words plastic Ono band the post Beatles group white sometimes played with It's very identifiable We're hoping somebody will see or hear something and call the police The whites now live in the Seattle area They return from vacation last week to find thieves that stolen the Ludwig drum kit from a storage unit.
The Rich Eisen Show
"larry david" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I know, I know odds are. I'm gonna have to wait. I'm off to stop watch you get off the elevator. So odds are I'm holding the elevator to wait longer. Wow. No. And then the worst thing is you hold the door for somebody, they come on, and then somebody else, they hold the door for the other person. It's just like, no, no, hold on a second. I held for you. Right. To hold for them. You should look at me and ask for my permission. Is it okay to let them off? I don't think that's how this works. I was on the elevator first. Yeah, but curves got to do this. I say this. I'll say this from this does sound like a collaboration. This is a 100% a Larry David. From March of 2020 to April of 2021, I most definitely wasn't letting anyone in the elevator with me. That is a fact. I understand that. Let's remove COVID. Okay, then yeah, I'm always. And one of the things I dread. But you're on the first floor. Exactly. There are two, two, two. Powerful. Here's the problem. When I come home with guy with groceries, I don't always want to go up the stairs. I walk up the stairs, normally, because you're on floor too, because I'm all for it. The third, but it's one. But yes. If that elevator is moving, I know it's going to four. Yeah. Then I'm kind of like screwed because I got to wait, but if someone's up next to me and I got to go to the first floor and that thing moves, I'm pissed because it's like, I got to wait. And it'll always stop, but it's like, you know what? Excuse me, you know what this story is? This story is like asking to come on my elevator. I would have hit closed doors on that story. Three minutes ago. You gotta hold the door for the people. Come on. For the people. For the elderly and a lady, yes, I will be a gentleman and a human for another dude who wants to come on. I want to get to floor 11, floor 13th floor. For floor.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Government Memo on Nuclear Attack Includes Masking, Social Distancing
"Do you know that the government sent out a memo about how to take cover in the event of a nuclear attack? And I swear to you, it says in the government directive, you should wear your mask and socially distance in the bomb shelter. It hit me last night as I was a friend of mine sent me that article. Derek, can you send that from the blaze? It's hysterical. You realize this guy, Biden is leading a cast of characters worthy of Larry David's curb your enthusiasm. This is like a comedy. This is veep. This is every satire wag the dog manchurian candidate. Biden is in such trouble right now. Nobody likes what he's doing. Nobody likes certainly not on COVID.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Donald Trump: Biden's Weakness Was Shown During Afghanistan Exit
"And listen, I know cpac is underway and I got friends that are at cpac. I would no more miss the radio show today than my wedding. This is a big deal. It's a big deal. It is a big deal for the world. It certainly impacts the United States. We've already seen gas prices soaring inflation skyrocketing. It's going to get worse. What could Russia do? Over feckless Biden, is he going to are they going to launch cyberattacks? Are American citizens going to feel the pain? We got a lot to break down today, but it is a real honor and a joy and a privilege to be with you here on this well on a day that history is being made Thursday, February 24th, 2022, our numbers 806 5 5 micro and the relief factor dot com studios. And again, we've got a lot to break down today. But I've got to find some of this video for you. You've got to hear what they're saying over there. This Alexander vindman, the extra on Larry David's curb your enthusiasm. Oh, yeah. He was a guest on that show once. That's how serious he is. And I don't want to denigrate his service. He's a Purple Heart recipient. He's the guy that supposedly blew the whistle on Trump's call with Ukraine. Well, that seems quaint by comparison, doesn't it? Trump's Ukrainian phone call? And Russia, Russia, anybody going to talk about the Biden family being enriched by Ukraine? You want to talk about Hunter Biden, all the money he's made from Ukraine? Anybody going to discuss how this didn't happen under Trump's watch? Is it fascinating that when we compare the Biden term with the Trump term, things like, oh, I don't know. The vaccines that were delivered
"larry david" Discussed on Untangle
"I had to take lessons and figure it out. And when you're praying that much, you start to believe into that thing that you're praying to. It was that the whole acting as if. So I did at points have this sense of belief in the sense of God. When I stop praying after the end of the year, there are many things I kept, but I did not keep the praying. I kept the gratitude, but not praying to me. Then it kind of faded. So yeah, I would say, as of now, the two of the bees have stuck with me. The belonging and the behavior, but not the belief. So the more secular parts of religion have maintained. Right, I would say that I don't know if I call them secular, because I think they are important parts of religion. But yeah, certainly the less Supernatural parts. I like actually there's a philosopher that I like who he doesn't like the word atheist or agnostic. He says he's a naturalist. He believes in what's natural. And I think that's a nicer way to frame it. I can certainly relate to that as somebody who grew up Jewish, I love Judaism. I love the rituals and the tradition of it in so far as we maintain them pass over Russia. I love the sense of community, tradition, history, and all of my forefathers and forum others who suffered and were enlightened through duties of in all of these things. However, do I have a sense of belief in the Jewish God? I can't find it. I have a sense of connection to all sorts of things, but there's that piece of the religion that is missing for me, although I'm very proudly Jewish and enjoy all of what I may be incorrectly consider the secular parts of the religion, the belonging and the rituals without necessarily the belief. Yeah, it sounds like we're in a very similar vote. And I will say, even people who don't believe in God, you can still have a mystical feeling of connection, which I used to actually have a lot weirdly in high school. I would have these moments of, I don't know. Almost religious ecstasy where I would feel at one with the universe. And I wish they continued. They were pretty amazing. You can recreate them with hallucinogens, but I have the kids, so I'm waiting until they're out of the house before I go down that road. But yeah, I think you can have the mystical experiences without the belief in God. Hot tip, you can whether you want to call them recreate them tap into them access them, act as if and generate them through various meditation techniques. So there's lots of different techniques where you focus on just the active awareness. I am. I am here, I see the room around me, am business awareness, you keep repeating just the concept of being aware and what you tend to find is that the you that is doing the awareness begins to dissolve and you feel this deep, deep sense of connection to everything. You have this what sometimes called a non dual experience. So through various forms of potentially secular depending on how you look at it, practices, we can either, again, depending how you look at it, trick our brains into feeling like we're connected to everything, or, depending on how you look at it actually tap into a greater understanding that we are not the only one he's here and that there is a greater network in which to be connected and supported and surrounded. I love that. And I'm going to do it. I've been pledged. I actually with my son, we just started meditating. And we do one minute per day. So I don't think I'm going to get the non dual experience from one minute. So I might have to go to two or three minutes. But we're working up to it. So thank you for that. I totally have to send you a muse. It will help facilitate your meditation practice. I'm in. I would love it. Are you kidding? I'll buy it. You don't need to send it. You can both use it. You'll love it. Fantastic. Let's move into gratitude because I know that not only is a topic that you understand academically because you're brilliant mind to understand so many things academically as you dive into this, you write a whole book on understanding the encyclopedia for beginning to end. But you also lived in this very unique way. Can you tell us about the book thanks a thousand how it came to be and the journey that you went on? Sure, as I mentioned before, I think my default mode is a little more of the Larry David, the grumpy side, but I had read so much about the importance of gratitude and the benefits, the incredible mental health benefits, even physical health, how it helps you recover more quickly from disease. So I said I have to try to cultivate this. And I started a little ritual after the Bible book where I would say a secular prayer of Thanksgiving. So I would say before dinner, I'd like to thank the farmer who grew this tomato and the cashier at the grocery, who sold me this tomato. And my son, who was, I guess, 11 at the time. He said, that's fine, I guess. But it's also kind of half assed. Because those people are not here. They can't hear you if you really cared. You would go and thank them in person. And I thought that is a lovely idea. That could be a great book project. And that's how it began. I decided he wanted me to focus on candy, but I chose coffee. And then I spent 6 months thanking everyone I could find who had even the smallest role. So I think the barista, of course, for her role. And then I went to South America and I think the farmer. But there are hundreds over a thousand people.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David
"We continue now with Eric's interview at the Babylon B we'll have to ask, because you said that you were friends with Larry David at one point? Yes, at dinner, his apartment. When I was writing the hero pieces, the Atlantic monthly published a couple of them. And there was a humor reading. So it was like 1987 and somebody got me to do a humor reading with Roz chast's husband you know Roz chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, whatever. Her husband did some stuff, and there was somebody else. I can't remember, but I was one of these like two or three people who like in a basement in New York did a comedy reading. And this friend of mine that I met at one of these writers colony says, you got to meet my friend Larry. He will love you. He loves you and he's so funny. He's one of these before he became famous. Like right before. So he came and he loved what I did like the humor pieces. I think these fewer pieces are on my website, Eric and Texas dot com air contacts dot com. Eric and Texas dot com. But the humor pieces are still there. And so anyway, so we became friends and he really loved what I was doing, and he connected me with his manager whom he eventually married, and she was only taking she had him. She had Chris Elliott. You know, like, really, I was like, I've made it now. Yeah. And then I became a born again Christian and I threw it all in the garbage. I burned all of that with my elo albums and all that satanic stuff. Because humors of the devil. No, I never really overtly turned away from it. I just kind of drifted away. But so Larry and I became friends. I remember he had a dinner party in his apartment, and the actual Kramer came in. But at the time, I didn't realize he was the actual Kramer. Did you know he was racist? Or not so funny? That's a funny question. That's a funny question. I would kill to meet Michael Richards. I just love that man so much. But yeah, so I think when I became like a conservative Jesus freak, Larry David probably had problems
The Daily Zeitgeist
"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Preseason football further with nfl game pass at every day you would laugh. Automarket market preseason games. The big names in their new homes. Get all the action. Forty five minutes or less with convinced game place. Goodness take football further with. Nfl game pass the nfl dot com slash game. Pass to start your free trial today. Hello the internet and welcome to this episode of we in on the trend. Courtesy of johnny. David i think that's what we're going for is living on the edge sure anyways. Hey i'm jack and you are miles. Okay that's plenty today. All right buy tickets to the live. Show august twenty fifth Wednesday moment house dot com slash. The dailies like guys check out kris crofton the whole crew and jack me jack will dance. Okay jack we'll be dancing in the year. Two thousand which is going to be cool pretty aggressively. He was stinking heart. He elbowed chaperone at a dance because he was so hard. Yeah come through anyways. We are living on the trend and here are some of the things that are trending. We talk a little bit more about this on tomorrow's episode but library of congress was trending because dude basically like livestream is finger being on a detonator livestream his like hostage negotiations and it was a mess but one thing that we didn't get into that there's casual over the ground. And apparently he threw out three thousand dollars in ones. and then but then he's threatening it just seems like that's at cross purposes with also having your finger on a detonator. The whole thing is weird. 'cause he's like i'll do it but i don't wanna die and i don't want to hurt people but if i have to. It's i don't know it sounds like it wasn't well out. Yeah no absolutely but our house. A lot of panic. Only fans is trending because they are banning sexually explicit content. This reminds me of when playboy like band. A when i was there i was there when we heard. Yeah i said look half. I said listen to me you awake. And then his nurses like please. He hasn't been conscious in bays. And i'm like i'm sorry. I'm sorry he's nine hundred thousand years old. No so the deal is there. Essentially they've been having a lot of problems raising new funding for the company and because they apparently investors are either cautious that it might be doing a potentially hosting content that would contain minors or some investors have mandates were like their band prohibited from investing in adult content that they are switching it up to do that. I don't know how that makes sense of what they built their entire business model or oh yes and then and a lot of people who like sex workers were finding like legit ways to bring in money and things like that that they're just switching it up it seems just completely counter intuitive and that's have many jokes are like okay. Well i guess patriots where it's at or like have. They not heard of tumbler. That there's all kinds of I don't know this is this is this is where they're though they wanna make more money. They need more funding but to do that. They have to completely change what they do right. Because growth is the only thing that matters in like that sort of capitalism. It's like we will. We have to show growth so that we can get more funding so that we can show more growth so we can get more funding so we can ultimately you know cash out for billions of dollars or whatever rather than just being like okay. Well this is the thing that this is a lane that we found that people actually want to use us for so mainly. Follow that yeah. They're just they're swerving hard into the lane next to them without really checking their blindspot. Let's keep this metaphor going larry. David was trending this morning. Because he had a run in with alan dershowitz at a grocery store on martha's vineyard i know like pardon me. I'm like yeah. This is cool. That larry david is who he is a on curb like he was told him that he's disgusting at the same time like there if you read the story there apparently they were buddies before right. So that's not great. I guess all rich people are just friends with one another because having richness in common is like then. Yeah yeah at the end of the day at a certain wealth level. Your enemies are all the same people. So but here's how the exchange went dershowitz told david because he apparently tried to say. Hi to david. Larry david kind of ignored him. Dershowitz said we can still talk. Larry and larry david said no. No we really. Can't i saw you. I saw you with your arm around fucking pompeo. it's disgusting and dershowitz. He's my former student at harvard law. I greet all of my former students that way. I can't greet my former students. And then david said it's disgusting your whole enclave. It's disgusting disgusting. And then larry. David walked away. Dershowitz took off his t shirt to reveal another t-shirt underneath. That says it's the constitution stupid. Also and then he took and then he kicked roxie hopped in the whip. And what did they say how they describe his exit drove off in an old dirty volvo. Think gag t shirt after the argument and then hopton volvo and pieced out novelty t. Shirts is amazing. Do the highest form of communication. Yeah he corroborated like yeah. My wife got me this shirt. And you're like oh my god. None of this is made up first of all. I don't think the constitution has anything to say about your ability to hang out with celebrities who you think are cool or them not thinking you're cool and not inviting you to dinner parties that you wanna go to and just having the fact that he keeps keeps it on. Him keeps the novelty t shirt on him. Always ready to clap at a moment's notice is is amazing. Instead of this like some type do lifting his shirt let you know what he's on his waistband dershowitz just lifts his t shirt to reveal the he has another little joke. T shirt on eight. Don't fuck with ben. Hey whoa easy. Yeah fucking wave that shit around here and also so we haven't heard much about the greg gut feld late night show since it came out. I thought we had heard that it cancelled but maybe they were just. Maybe that was wishful thinking. I don't know but apparently it just past.
Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
Larry David Was ‘Relieved’ to Be Cut From Barack Obama’s Birthday Party Guest List
"This is so typical. So if you're a fan of. Larry david or familiar you know. He doesn't like to be an awkward situation. Just in general led the. That's how he was on his show on curb your enthusiasm. That's how he is in real life. That's how he is when he wrote seinfeld. So larry david. He was relieved when he got uninvited. To barack obama's lavish sixtieth birthday party. Last weekend you heard all about it. You know erica. do apologize for you know. however she acted but So this larry david said. He explained that he feared by going to the party. They would kinda put him in that awkward position of. Hey d- mind you in a few minutes of you know. Stand up on. Larry beggars laughing dance. Dance monkey dance. Fortunately so here's the thing because things got scaled back whether he wanted to make the argument of you know people are like. Hey how are you throwing a party during the pandemic. They scaled the party back. Larry david got the cut from the list. Which at the end of the day guaranteed this will make. This will make a story line in an upcoming episode of curb your enthusiasm. Not only does he get cut from party list. He get cuts from the president's party. He goes when he told me. I i was eighty-six from the party. I was so relieved. I screen thank you thank you. He must have thought. I was insane. I i wonder if obama call. Larry need to tell you
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"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"That brought such joy to me this morning and i love. Jackie hoffman so much so follow. Jackie hoffman oh man Until where you will find you follow you hear you experienced you and what's a tweet that your liking. Y'all know me. And germany athenee all over the internet at joel monique. That's j. o. E. l. l. e. m. o. n. i. q. u. e. a tweet. I'm loving just out of its adorable sweetness for black folks. Are people older person of your necessity. Like dad's you up and tells you you're great. It's like transcendent. You're like oh my god. I'm really. I'm doing it right. Maxine waters tweeted out. I'm so proud. Simone biles who asleep courage and confidence and extraordinary talent Young people aren't using all of their god-given intellect and talent for success. But they're wrong doesn't get any better than what smell you go girl. I know that you go girls into the heavens like all the olympic medals great blah blah blah. Maxine waters is proud of me. Excellence for i love. If waters was like darren you do. I would i go to heaven. That's it like most thoughtful kick ass grandmother. You could probably someone just even just looked at my shoes and said all right. Thank you sir. Niles aren't doing great day. You're doing great minds. You are not old enough for that to register morals or the look okay. I thought that that one did different tweet. That i like First one is from at. Ot osiev ray. Jan are a y y and he said. Imagine your car decline at the hookah lounge so they delete your ide- story. Sorry we're taking away your memory Another one is from you. Travis at your underscore whitey. Oh white underscore. He said if i say on. That's my own. If i say auntie that's my mom's sprint something. Everyone needs to realize the distinction between the two You can find me at miles of gray on twitter and instagram. You can find the show at daily like us on twitter at the dailies on instagram. Facebook campaigns and a website daily case dot com. I believe where we post our episodes or footnotes footnotes. Thank you and that's where you get that stuff just to let you know. What is this yes. This is the daily that's correct and it's also production of iheartradio so for more podcast Radio app or wherever you get your podcast and along with that where you go see the footnotes check out the song that we are going to ride out on today you say. What are we right now today. Well i have something in store for you. this is attract by samir. And boot which i believe. They are like lebanese funk. Disco from the eighties and they're on this like other album. That's like a collection of middle eastern funk and disco songs and this track is caught gains Because they're dumpling games. And i think a lot of people are downplaying game through because i start doing some real stuff on this planet but distract is really upbeat and when you hear. You're like okay. Go off samir food in the eighties and non. Yes so check. This out is called game so yeah until then we will see you later with the trending episode. Say what's trending other than that Take care of each other. They see them by. Hey i'm robert evans and hey bad news. The world is falling apart between climate change and creeping authoritarianism. Lot of bad stuff's happening. The good news is every end is also beginning and we have a chance to maybe make a better new world in the ashes of the old every day. Monday through friday on it could happen here. We talk about collapsed and how to spin it into something better. Listen to it could happen here. Starting on august sixteenth. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. What's up you guys. Should go be simone and i know you tune into the show on. Tv pass numerous years while in that where we are roasted each other going in going head to head with the bars and the dokes but now the women awhile and not have a podcast. I've got my co host. Pretty being on the series we sit down with some cast members like kong clips. They can come into the man himself. It can be going to talk about what really matters to us. Like being a woman in stands up cancel culture getting pronouns right and being prepared for your shot. Please listen download. Enjoy our podcasts. On iheartradio app listen now is out now and if you don't if they don't listen what we're going to beat him up no they call we go. Just let job at the tune in hunting. 'cause it's the woman while not podcast and it's going down. She might do that. But i ain't going to fight with you. My friend might have your bag. Iheartradio let's go..
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"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Move is going to be fine movies already. fine. I just think that like for me. This is indicative of such a much larger problem within the film industry. Which is we're no longer interested in making middle movies. Right it's blockbusters or bus was bad. It's too bad call for movies because then relying very specifically on starpower alone which doesn't allow you to develop new talent at all and so he ends up happening is you get a lot of indie guys who've made a small film that did well. At a film festival get pulled up into the stratosphere of doing one hundred million dollar box office sensation that they don't have any idea how to run or operate or direct. Because they're going from maybe they had sixty five thousand dollars to make a film to now. They have one hundred million. They've got to separate crews shooting round the clock. It's just. It's not as far as like creating developing talent a sufficient model moving forward. And i do think that if we don't take some time to like find that middle ground in find and create moody's that like really. I feel like tug the heartstrings become these like and damnable classics that we truly love and you can look at things like a kramer versus kramer like all of these different kinds of movies. That have you know. Young sark talent young directors and writers who are sort of just working on their craft. And who wanted tell something. That isn't about appealing to the whitest demographic but his a story that is personal to them that can't just stay in the indies or or should. I do think that there has to be space for that. These larger places. And i think that while suicide squad was never gonna do that. 'cause i it's got all of the superstars i think when we can't even allow a movie like this do okay instead of great. That definitely doesn't leave any hope for the rest of these films that you know. Yeah i think we should make your and even last week talking or i think the day maybe yesterday when we're talking about how this affects like black so makers to. Yeah when you're you're focused on this like sinker swim model and it has to be just just beaucoup bucks out the gate at especially when it comes to you know black writer director. Whatever trying to get their foot in the door if it's not there then boom that immediately evaporates because we're so over leveraged on this idea of like an immediate success like we have to numbers like we've got we've got to tell people what we earned this quarter type wings. We've lost isn't the middle ground though. Couldn't it be more like when it when this whole new model of releasing a movie on. Hbo max or hulu at the same time as theater does that. Take some of the pressure off like if your budget or middle movie. No no no no. I'm sorry i didn't ask that right. I meant your point. Which i think is a really great point of just that has to be this blow up it has to be so huge ez-zor model. Were all these movies. That have to be so big and so huge they. There's a different model now of success in the theater. I may be. The smaller. Movies will gain traction of just a release on hulu and a release on. Hbo in a release on net flicks. The problem is we're still working out contractually how to make sure everyone gets paid in a way that's fair and equitable right. So so johannesen. Just had sued disney. And you know. I don't know love lost between me and scarlett johansson but i still hope. She went through soup because in her. Original contract is based off of ticket sales right what. She's soon as make rewrite right right right. And you know very well documented. Her lawyers eighteen was like yo streaming. That's fine but we need to renegotiate. What her back end. Sales looks like right and this is happening all over the place authors. A really great article just came out this morning about a comic book creators. Who are maybe maybe seeing five thousand dollar checks from these movies based on characters. That walk came from their head right. And so the the issue then becomes like if if you're putting you smaller movies on stream william mckinney ticket sales off that so. You're not getting jack. We understand like in order to for again for a lot of black folks. You have to create your own production company in order to get any good content out there. Beila davis has had to do it. Every has her own production company even the little girl from blackish on occasion like a thirteen year. Old mobile treated her own. Propounder ryan's yeah. Yeah exactly yeah she had to make to. Yeah there's there's there's a necessity in developing your own space so that it's easier to say yes or no you're putting up a little bit of capital but the hope is that you're getting about back in the back end and the only way we done that so far east through ticket sales and so i'm just not sure if relegating smaller some strictly to streaming is going to solve. Were exacerbate that problem. Gotcha my hope is that you know we find a way because i don't think the streaming model is going anywhere people like watching films from home and unlike previous years people have whole movie theaters in their house. Right projectors and whatever couch sometimes they actually have the reclining trips like whatever it is people are comfortable watching movies in their house and it's less expensive. I think what. I thought for a while. Is that what's going to continue to do well. In movie theaters are event movies. Suicide squad is absolutely movie. I wanna see invaders because it's still fricking big loud and and there's something to watching like those like event movies and horror movies are better audience than ever be at your house. I fear is not as scary. Yeah by yourself sixty people. Oh that's where it's worse you likes. I'll turn off before the oh shit. I'm like nah often the ride together and it's like very little as close to the theater as you can get right multiple screens. It was opportunity to expand theater to places. That don't typically have theater right. It's going to a movie theater. Yeah yeah there's something so great about the community theater movie goers but i genuinely don't wanna lose whereas also things so great about film eater creators that i really i just wanna see them be able to do well and maybe the answer will be more like arc. Light and crap. What's the austin texas house album the draft house more like as if alamo post pandemic. They've got a pretty solid plan. Post pandemic to roll out a bunch of new movie theaters across the country. If theaters like that who really really loves cinema the artsy aspect of it. The weird the difference can come along and then you know your standard. Amc's can continue to do big budget. Things i would really like to see that. And then maybe there would be a ticket heist despair g between those two. I'm not hundred not the money science math stuff but i think that there might be a way forward in that because little movies they deserve respect to yeah absolutely suicide. Squad was great. It was what it needed to be. We deserve adult content. Dammit not everything needs to be. Pg thirteen okay. Thank you we. We deserve adult content. Dammit i wondered is he has shark ripa man half it all. I'm asking for and you do and you get the answer and you shall receive. Well thank you so much. Aaron joel for joining me today. On this journey aaron work and people find you follow you and here you see you listen to you. And what's a tweet that you've been liking recently Bobby crying according crowned corner about the environment and then gonna continue to not eat meat. You're welcome globe aaron k. Folee there's all kinds of informations and then you informations were information shows and then you can link to podcast socials. Whatever aaron carefully. That's too too much information. A tweet real quick. I was trolling on the twitter. And jackie hoffman is one of my all time favorite comedians and actresses. She's a just a basically new. You know poster child for how wonderful new york city is. She tweeted this. Can we get the romantic part of this marriage over with. So i can tell you about the diseases i think i have..
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"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"As you don't you. Don't fire private earth fucker jet. Oh okay well. Then yeah you're going to have to corn gain corentin just rolling around at bags of cash for five days. Please washed the poor. Stink off of you with these moneybags all these. We don't have handbells. We just have just one hundred dollar bills. That you just wipe your. Yeah and she'll know she'll know she can smell it on people. Please use this oprah are- shredded dollar bill bags cash. I wanna say. I would be better in her position but i have no idea i i hear it. I mean that's but the thing is i would. I would still like to get invited. I'll do all of that too. I'm not worried about it. He'll call me tomorrow. She's dance with them and other times. It's like honestly that's the thing. That was the party for the press to think that he had the real one happened. In this other look guys will surely was an underground bunker in the fucking adirondacks. You had it. And all of destiny's child was there so they reunited you know they reunited right. And then finally joel. What's what's happening in the movie world. Because as i told you i am woefully out of touch like whoa robin peaceful. Here's your your your political money. Knowledge is gonna come in and help me. Because i know about the movies but i have. We're we're having to be as big questions. The film industry right now. Okay so suicide squad. Some are calling it too but it's actually titled thus suicide squad came out over the weekend. Hbo max decided to launch. It belong waiters. Yes you said. It's not suit because it's james gunn directed this one right. I know this much. He did this one and they're treating it. It's not as like a piece that actually works with the first one. That's why the changes to confusion right. Okay so so. They are both platforms There's a lot of concern about like. Why didn't this movie do well. Right fine right. It made some edited twenty two point five million domestic and seventy two point two million worldwide. Which is you. I think the goal posts was like thirty. Thirty million was bent for like this is an oak weekend opener relation about what happened. Some people think it's this title situation even my roommate unanimous. Like is this a sequel. Technically it is a sequel. it's all the same. Like main player. characters waller played viola. Davis is still there. Margot robbie harley. Quinn is still there. But the joker isn't there and will smith isn't there But if you are familiar with con comic and the context of these characters that suicide squad is it's haysom super villains on death row. We're going to bring you in but out impossible mission. You may die if you come back. We'll take some years off your sentence. you may have to go back out in the field again. if it's not a sequel it doesn't have the star there's of countries like. Oh well we'll smith so people want to see it. I am not convinced like host twenty thirteen. That star power is a thing anymore with the end of the internet and specifically social media. We have a lot of different things that qualify as a start. I was obviously iconic giant. I'm not trying to take anything away from him. But i don't know like laughable movie is not all had performed will smith levels of great him not being there. Is somebody like elba who. Maybe isn't the box office station. That will smith is but trends reasonably well and i think bring does bring certain gravitas to films and puts butts in seats. There's also the concern. People were questioning you know is it because of calvin i think kobe has a big impact but because it didn't make as much as say a space jam new legacy which did cross that thirty million thirty million jungle cruise thirty five million couldn't be cold but but it's rated are there so many like right yours is go into. Why didn't this movie make a lot of money. But what's really upsetting to me. Is that a lot of people are suggesting that nobody wanting to see it period. And i just don't think that's the case i think. They made a huge gamble going with an iranian film. Right we know. Pg thirteen will always make more money because he will go out and see. They had a lot of disposable cash blah blah blah. I think that this movie is. You can't even argue. It's so much better than the original one leaps and bounds. Better mostly because warner brothers decided to a reedit based off ad because people had good reactions to it going like really hold it down. It's shoop or feiglin it's absolutely like digs into the essentially these characters and evolves them. I think there's a lot to love about this but you wonder like almost not successful the failure it has not yet made its money back. I think this movie had a budget of one hundred and twenty eight hundred seven million something that a lot. A lot of money went into making this movie. Which if you compare it to somebody who is dead cool to was made for hundred ten logan was made for ninety. Seven joker was made for sixty five million. The last two are rated movies. They made a lot of money back. Some people thought it was like oh. This is too much money to spend on in our rated film i think. Dc is doing the only thing it can do. Especially when it's up against the giant like it's dc and marvel period when it comes to comics. There's a ton of other comic book companies but those are the two major ones and wonder brothers has to do something to pull out ahead and try to be competitive with marvel. It's like their only goal. It's the only thing that makes sense to them right to lean into r. rated market. When something doesn't absolutely will not do with their main brand is only thing that makes sense if you're going to make content that good in the ninety s this is a smash hit because it's gonna keep running in theaters. We're going to see that. I am not going to get right now. I want to get in theater. It's so good. I've already seen it twice would absolutely have paid for the privilege on. Hbo max to view it. It is a really really solid film with some haywire stuff in the end but for the most part really enjoyable film could action great performers. Like you've never had the divas and just elba go toe to toe. But in this movie they do and it's exciting. it's fun. I think this smart move. I think that we as a community bill folks has to. You have to have you get back into the idea of like let movie breeze should not be the lifetime of leash not exist. Based off of its opening weekend numbers i think if we look back a wings just watched Whole behind the scenes on pretty woman ran for like a year and a half in theaters. I know we don't live in that world anymore. But i wish we have found a way to like look beyond just. How did this movie make as far as the successful and will this look like who has for world you see so many people are gonna get fired. I was like but for what for making a solid movie. maybe how they found it's audit yet. I mean 'cause we use this very messed up lens to look at to quantify success right now. I think especially like in the eighties and nineties. When marketing people started taking over development at the studio completely changed the emphasis of what a film that should be made is because they're they're like get the numbers marketing people in here. Because we just gotta get stuff that does well like. Let's not take risks and make fun things. Let's get nailed on after nailed on hit and at the expense of giving people that you know freedom to like i d eight or experiment and things like that so yeah i don't know if it's like what makes it an as twenty six point five minutes and incas thirty that fell like under four million short people need to calm down. For god's sakes rope opening weekend in the middle also with all the streamers and then right we're not gonna know numbers and this whole definition of success. This home bottles changed everything. Throw the book. Nobody nobody everyone just has to be like. This is how it's done so doesn't hit. Eighty nine million. I mean stupid..
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"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"More. Hey you guys are know. You'll have seen the legend day show while and now you've seen on stage roasted each other laughing going crazy. But now the women of now have a podcast. Critique the simone you guys. I am so excited about this beautiful beautiful season. We have so many episodes talking to nick cannon. We're talking about eighty-five south get into it. Would she'd go being. You wanna see that episode. He's got above boiling. Listen to the women of wild and now on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast. I'm robert evans. Journalist and i've been following collapse for a while. Two thousand eleven. I watched the largest wildfires in texas history. Burned three point nine million acres a decade later in the winter of twenty twenty one. I was in dallas for a once in a thousand year snowstorm and then a couple months later. I was in my new home. Portland oregon four a one thousand year heat dome that let unprecedented temperatures killing dozens of people in the city. We keep having unprecedented events and they keep provoking things to break down infrastructure power lines. Everything seems to be in a constant state of collapse and that's pretty scary but the good news is that collapse also means we have an opportunity to build something better on my new show. It could happen here monday through friday. We'll talk about collapse and we'll provide you with advice on how to build something. New from the ashes of the old listened to it could happen here. Starting on sixteenth on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. And we're back after a while up. Hey but look. We're doing what we can and it's tough. Oh one of the thing. I just wanted to add about that. Climate change thing was like also the way our media reports it really difficult for the media to report it properly. One because mainstream media. Is you know a lot of the first thing. A lot of journalist don't have the bandwidth or the expertise to pour through a legislative bill and say how much money for this and then be able to extrapolate a dollar amount and then say wow fifty billion towards solar is actually nothing at all. You know because we're sort of caught up in this thing as being like. Oh wow this much for this. That's good this much for that. That's good but we don't. it's it's seldom. Are we getting the real kind of hard scientific analysis on what these numbers actually mean. Because again when you're like a journalist and the new york times you need to maintain relationships politician so going back and be like ripping up there. You know through commentary what their bills actually do or don't do might not be a great tactic. So and for the reader. Yeah miles up the reader. Yeah like it. These numbers get so large. They become meaningless. All i can get my hands around is like if i see one hundred dollar bill in like oh that looks good then it gets into crazy. Land twenty seven gazillion for solar. Sounds great. I have no idea what that means billion. I don't know what that like. You know what i mean. It's just bananas number say ads zeros. And then they'll go. This is great. No idea. And i feel like i'm an informed person and i have no idea right and then we're forced to having like really look for that scientific analysis. I mean it's out there but at the same time they're not getting the same platform like on tv or whatever because it seems like a lot of the time they though say it's alarmed like it's being alarmist or whatever to were like. This isn't a long. This is the definition of a lucky. Miss this is this is. There's the alarm this is the this is the bell. This is get under your desks. This is come on. yeah no more bullshitting ourselves Okay let's just move on to some people who might be bullshitting themselves nursing their ego wounds because at the end of last week we found out you know. Barack obama is having a sixtieth birthday. Martha's vineyard and had to significantly downsized the guest that was painful to only close friends and family but it seemed like there. it seems like it was popping off. Of course it was but you know apparently beyond saying jigger jay. They harden close friends and family as many other celebrities but others weren't so lucky. Like david axelrod teacher david letterman coincidental. Brian and larry larry david just the name of you. All the people are okay. Let's say if you're having a birthday party right. You won't be ozzy there that he made an she shown up sometimes doesn't show up to the grammys frequently late. Okay but she showed up. That makes sense to me. Dave lettermans gonna be asleep by nine. He's not interested he's done. It's fine. I'm sure it was like god. I don't know anyway in is probably hurt. I'm not gonna lie on. Hey i'm in their guy as you get larry. David was also like man get mode. Yeah that's funny because every sort of comedic take on. The internet was sort of like this feels like a curb episode earlier name. it is invite invited to obama's birthday and then not invited and then whatever he does after that. I'm trying to figure out how the premise would owner knoxville curb episode. If it's that you know like one thing would be. That cova wasn't a thing and that wasn't the reason for him being disinvited. It's because like he gets like he'd probably be talking up like a beautiful woman. Because it's single. Larry and he's like you know we can go to obama's birthday and they go to martha's vineyard and then at the door like sorry mr david we can't let you in and he's like but when i'm on the list and it's like and then they find out it's like something he said in the past like stop the obama. Whatever he's like. Or i don't know i that's an easy cross out for me and it properly honestly behind the scenes was a very easy cross out. I mean this is like your last breath dying words. You don't disinvite beyond say you don't have a party without beyond say when you're on the dance floor. Do you want david letterman. Good god no he need to. You need to start. I mean beyond the ultimate guest to literally anything. yeah there's white male comics more than barack obama. Even you'd be like obama to my birthday buck. Okay that's cool authors. Oh god. I mean there's no this is the easiest cross out in my mentioned four dudes where you're like yet nice to have conan's the shining star at of all of them right but i'm i mean out you know you take out twenty before you take out literally seventy percent of the guest list before you disinvite beyond because an easy ones on great but it really party if i mike fiance mom no maybe lamont. I mean i have to hate to do this but you get it right you into the picks off photoshop unique thing you know you look at oprah and rejuvenate they also they said no vaccine. We're not gonna go 'cause delta or like where we think that if you come to her house and your vaccinate you must still do a minimum of five day quarantine before you can enter her main domicile. She was not. She's not playing around with this virus. Okay it's not gonna catch me and my hawaiian layer okay. I'm you're not like beyond set and aunt gail over. She was like over. You know vaccinated these. If i came i slept coordination. Not gonna a private jet. Y'all said girl don't always lead that way. And i said this isn't a the wild rich people conversation. I have ever heard right.
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"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Sort of look at just in general right we we have all these little culture war battles that we do that really in a lot of instances like we're so focused on a lot of smart things because it's a distraction from climate change lead and really think about one of the most pressing issues that we face on this planet as an entire fucking glow bright set the earth could be uninhabitable certain place. It's number one. Daddy what are you you want. Start a small business. Wear in sea of fire woke. I rise it. It's my right to phone. Someone doesn't have a vaccine as a business or zoom out of it sir. Zoom out zubov little bit and express you know but po- politicians running campaigns based on safety. You know the rule of law and like you know you see a lot of people complaining like they're like people are paying in the streets in like there's chaos and all this other stuff it seems like we've substituted a lot of these smaller issues for really all of the sort of focus that climate change can take up but this is a natural phenomenon because we're overwhelmed. We can't feel completely powerless to this thing. That feels like such a sincere in intense existential threat. There's like fucking. I can't even like the fucking argue about like if rats out empathy or something and just do they know i mean you met any them or there was an interesting study about that actually that they sometimes do but they sometimes realize they have to keep going on like there was a study about rats seeing each other in cages. Anyway that's the holy like kind of But then we also go along in like accused like this idea of chaos like you know the philly joe biden. Is that if we if we end. The filibuster amended it could be chaos chaos or people. It's it's not acknowledging the chaos that exists. now it's not acknowledging the chaos that will come when we have no rules around how we vote and there is no way to control. Republican held districts from just overturning roe election results or the fact that we'll just let the earth burn just right in front of our eyes locie complaining about the fact that like. Oh well you know. Some people may not want to pay other people student loans things that we have been doing for forever. A point of being in a society is that we make sure that we're all pretty good and then if you get like independently good great for you but like the goal of society would make sure that most of us are okay and it's mind-blowing though allowed who were like. Well what if we hurt someone's feelings. What if someone just doesn't want to do that so they do stuff you don't want to do. They don't understand the inability to just be like listen. This is the highest good and we need to move in that direction. Imagine this right. Y'all been at jobs. You're about to quit right here. Imagine the biggest fucking project shows up at this company that the company you work and you already yom out this motion second my. I'm out this that think of how old some of these people are in leadership there in the same fucking place in their careers. They're out this motherfucker kidding. I can't deal with all this shit and now you've got climate change. They don't have the will to fucking address this in any way that is substantive it's like the same energy we're relying on people who have one foot out the fucking door and one foot in the grave who would've can solve with the kids for talking to her about climate change and she was like could pick one scout team her off the we really want to find him. I think so. We really want to push you like make changes on climate change. You come in here and make demands of me children. It was like literally their planet. Edward dying to die if you just sit there and get it all comes together to this omni crisis that i think humans are facing into your point. Aaron like why this idea of having your shit together. That seems like the last thing you can do when we truly. You'd hope that the focus can be on pressuring leadership to do the right thing and we'll see what happens. I mean they're going to have this meeting in glasgow. And if you're in europe your leader of you know you see what's happening in the mediterranean and turkey and greece. It's on fire right now. There's a video clip of people fleeing this fire into this lake in greece. And it looked like some straight up. Twenty twelve shit there were like on a ferry and like the flames or just like coming like it just engulfed this entire hillside. And you're like yeah i. I don't know everything should come to a halt right now and our only priority should be climate change until you just feel like all these people in charge. And i'm i'm putting republicans and democrats all under the bus here because it's you know it's just election get elected get elected. And and you're like whoa. What is when is anybody gonna take a pause just for one second. It'd be like if we don't have for plant none of this matters. I don't understand like they're unless they're directly impacted unless they go back to their house after a vote and there's like a ring of fire or they're in a sinkhole it feels like nothing will right get through to them has to directly impact them or their pocket about like that yet. So i mean i think most. That's what's funny is like. Most people seem to see the effects that there that are happening around them. It'll be another two. Then wait and see how we legislate our way out exists or if you know like what happens because there is a world where we do nothing and we still have very rigid borders and you will see people. In mass migrate escaped climate change. And then you will see real conflicts pop up around the world over resources that are going to be solved with armed with arms. It's gonna happen here already happening. I mean it's already happening. It's like people are going to be like okay. i'm gonna go to new england. I'm going to you know what. I mean like right now. That's like almost the most moderate. I grew up in. I'm like it's going to be like people crossing the border into rhode island and connecticut in forty years aren't people you can't calm i i it's it's it's literally going to happen within our states and i think that's the thing is we while many people just look at sort of look annoyed. What are we gonna do about it yet. Really sort of think holistically about what has all means like to be on this course and how it will inspire other people in effect other people in their movement and just natural. Our innate habits are just our will is human being survived. And that's going to be to go to where we are safe where we find that. We know their resources. So this lord of the flies. I mean back to piggy on the right and the clock is ticking but there is you know. Their whole thing was yes. It's bad and there are things that cannot be reversed but we can do a hell of a lot to actually change it so you don't want to get fully black billed here and say like well. It's the jig is completely but we definitely point. Where like we done burt. One side of the toast so the other side and then it's all fucked up plug the toaster people as or at least toaster all right. Let's let's take a quick break. Pay some bills and talk about something a little more fun after this fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more that shakespeare. it's gyco. Yeah that's shakespeare from one of published works to be not for awakening give the berries for fifteen minutes. Could save you fifteen percent or more. No it's from geico. Because they help save people money. I hate to break it to you. But geico god from shakespeare geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or.
The Daily Zeitgeist
"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"You know you wanna feel like you you know can spread joy or some shit. It's different so it's like the proper term. It's really and i think this is like a a lesson as yet you get as you get older and older. It's like really distilling it down to those one or two things part of the whole thing of like having your shit together. It's like it's sort of like i've do this. And it's it's like the writer such producers such such and you're just like i'm getting no slashes no sashes you know what i mean. It's like okay. I today i just took a walk and i wanna play some pickle ball later and i want it. Ju just a couple of things that make you happy to me. That's like having your shit together. Just you know funny i. I just saw playing nickel ball. I looked at some highlights. That's it looked so fun because to me it's like it's like is like not as tennis but it's you can get very athletic with like if feels very easier or a lot easier to and a lot more fun. We're yeah old people at the retirement center impeccable. Oh i mean like we'd come off. The court might partner. Sarah's actually really good cheese. Like just i knew. She played tennis in high school. But you know we'd come off the court bill we dominated and there were any to up is the thing they can at any at any age. You can be good like it there. If they're like you don't need to smash it like you know we could get our. We could get our butts kicked tomorrow by two eight year olds because of the strategy. It's a fun everyone should try it. It's really light and fun and it's awesome What's something you think is underrated. This sounds ridiculous. Ridiculous person. But i'm going to say earphones ear. Buds earphones headsets. Whatever the term as you use our underrated in it sounds weird. because like. Here's my their underrated. When people don't have the men. I wanna murder literally murder them so now i i and this started in florida. People are walking around just blasting like whatever they are. whatever. I'm in beechwood candy now. Ninety percent of the peop- people have arab whatever but when they don't or someone like is taking a meeting outside the apartment and they don't have your ear you. i literally go it just rage. It just goes to rage no self-awareness i want and i. I don't think i could ever truly hit person. Let's say were like attacking a loved one but it makes me feel like could i murder ball my fister up and that's where i will don't much. Yeah you're gonna think lease what do you think it is. I mean because clearly we're all sound respecters because we. I think we all had the same reaction to being like going full speaker yearly What do you think it. Because i feel like some people i you like one. It'd be like yeah man. I'm willing to call right now. So you're going to hear that. I'm talking to people like that's all it's accomplishing like. That's the only it's not like you don't seem hard of hearing or something like that like it's more like you seem like you want broadcast a phone call or or is it that let us know listeners. Because look this is where we need to bring the world together. Are you guys doing it. Because you just aren't aware that other people might be like infernal racket off when they're like i just like it's easier than putting it to my head i don't know but i don't like it. Just yeah i i mean again this maybe. This is me getting older and like get off my lawn. Maybe this get off my lawn moment. But i just it's the it just feels like there's no self awareness you know it's like this is what what what we need. More than ever is like empathy and self. Just just how just being respectful to the person next year right. And when there's no ear buds on i just i don't like i started to like real real real twitchy. Don't get terrible sound like there's no like its own eighty five percent of the time so the sound is coming out is trash on help that i did not want to hear it like as a public transportation writer. There's nothing worse than somebody. who's like. let me blast my terrible jams out my phone speaker. We're in a bubble. You cannot escape. Hell absolutely hell if you will. You can afford headphones. You just have to deal. I and i've been there has been there. You just gotta go without tunes for the fifteen to twenty minutes. You have to be or on public transit. Why don't we talk to our legislators and make free ear buds available to people so there's no excuse anymore. It's like a mass shooting. Oh you look we know you know. There's for airbus at the front of the train them right there. Don't fucking blast right now right now. I'm so sorry to talk over. I just met like if you have a phone. i feel like you can get some cheap earphones. You know what. I mean like one. Doesn't they're sick. I guess they're great headphones but they are better. I got literally ten years ago. It fits into my computer. They're like they're practically these my like you know. Just come on my. The worst is when somebody's playing tunes and then they play when you wake like shit okay. I'm not too and then all your your values got the window kinda needed. I'm sorry hey does anybody have another speaker linked to that. Could get this going. But it is what it is all right. Let's pay some bills. We'll be right back and we'll talk climate after this josh. Yes we're doers. that's right we're makers dare we say shakers. Well we're definitely dreamers and that's why we use squarespace as our online home to tell everyone about our live shows. We've always used their great templates in that. Great great website to tell people where we're going to perform next. Yeah when we eventually go back out into the world you bet. We're going alert everybody on s. y. s. k. Live our squarespace built built website and is lucky that we don't have anything to sell chuck because we would be selling gangbusters with square spaces e commerce tools. That's right got marketing tools got analytics. They got ease of use. If i can actually do this thing anybody can guess anybody. Can you can build your own website. It's true with help from squarespace so head on over to squarespace dot com slash s y que for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch used the offer code s. y. s. k. to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain squarespace use. It geico knows there. Many reasons why you ride from exciting adventure of the daily commute to the peace of mind that geico always has your back with twenty four seven access to claim service and and legendary customer service but pamela had one reason in particular my skin is extremely averse to most fabrics except for the soft buttery feeling of leather thankfully. 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The Daily Zeitgeist
"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Don't work while there's one substitute host that lacking we bring in a guest co host. That is adequate. That is able that is that is a talented. I'm thrilled to be joined by my co host. Nee i would say my support kate. It helps me keep this show up right someone who despite just saying. I'm building the infrastructure off her back. He's a podcast. Host podcast producer. Outright culture media critic commentator. What else can you say. She's right now. We found out has one of the best laugh in the game. Newark guest leonard later april. Welcome now to the to the states. The wonderful guest co host today of his joe everytime i'm here a little more legendary that inshore thank you so much. Glad to be back Especially we have news talk about nerd movies this weekend cited. Okay okay woman. Movies owed suicide spot miles. God what movies the only. I'm stuck in such a weird place with movies. You know like i in my mind. They're still thing that aren't happening anymore. But i realize they are. That's me having a reckoning with without the crux of our conversation around this movie is what mesa movie good is. It box office sales. What does that mean in the middle of a pandemic l. right any questions Well i'm glad i'm glad to have you here stay because i might just be like what's the problem. And then what is your booking. Doug focused look. I got my head at so many different places that y'all there's a lot happening in the news. I'm sorry it's not that. I shit i'm just i'm slow with the picked up some times But let's not. Let's not delay this anymore. I want to introduce our guest today. Someone who. I really really love enjoyed speaking with. It's always a pleasure. Having this legend on the show our next guest is what is she. I'll tell you what she is. She's a comedian. She's a comedic actress. She's a writer she's just an all around. I mean you might be. She's buoyant faces but that's also means she's one of the most humble people i've met and one of the honestly one of the kindest people that i've met as well and someone who i love talking sports with you might nor from comedy. You might know from our various appearances all over as dan comedian. Or maybe her podcast sports without balls. But i know her as one of my favorite guests. Please welcome to this days erin. Who a new manager of joel's laugh site guys. People think you call your bank. I think is we say for tax purposes. It's for our religion that we're trying to get a little tax shelter for but oh yeah. My whole life is a nonprofit but not according to the irs joke joke tax joke in august. Here we go there we go. What's new erin. Good miles now. My new friend joel. Okay well you know just you know just taking it one day at a time and hit five o'clock and my head's not in the toilet. I don't feel that overwhelmed. It's a good day right now. it's a struggle. You were traveling a lot. I feel like last time we crossed paths. Were you not. You're your mobile. You're you seem to be all around this. We're was doing some travelling before shutdown and then when it shut down i was like this is the worst thing ever slashed so awesome that i don't have to travel and now i spent the pandemic in his senior community in naples florida as you do. That's right that's right. That's what i was thinking of. And now i'm back and starting to do stand up on the road a little bit right just a little and i feel pretty good about that. Yeah but otherwise. Yeah just really kind of happy to be back in in la. What's the retirement community. Seemed like in naples. Whenever i hear retirement community florida i think is the villages or the or whatever that places called yeah come like a lower percentage of std's for sure. Yeah too long store but we wound up spending about seven and my partner. Sarah night at the good thing. It was It was leading up to the election in naples is let's just say not a not friendly towards a left leaning gay people but i have to say friendly no one. There wasn't a lot of people. There i got to know my partner's family a lot better. So there's a lot of. There's a lot of wonderful silver linings not moving there. I am ready to retire though. So that was the biggest lesson right. We just hang it out. Yeah we can. We just lean back and just spend hours playing sims and civilization butane houses for our fantasy sports over and over into new fantasy. sports. I mean just literally on my phone twenty four hours a day playing fantasy baseball. Can i do that professionally. Young children do that now. Professionally when i say young children nowadays or something like oh these days before we get to know you better erin. I do want to let listeners know night gang listeners who may be interested we the daily zeitgeist are going to have a live virtual streaming show august twenty fifth. And we would love to see you. Virtually you know we had a little tour going at the beginning of twenty twenty and a thought. God said this is a bad idea and just hit the brakes on the whole thing but we still wanna share that show with you because it's really awesome so you can go to moment house dot com slash the daily zeitgeist to get your tickets and also maybe a commemorative poster there. You might see the likenesses of you know me jack. Super producer hosea nian. Maybe a machine that represents year two thousand. I don't know check out moment. House dot com slash daily and. Check out those tickets. Now let's get into it before we get to know you. Erin we gotta say what are we talking about. We're gonna have to talk about this. Idc climate change report. That was just released. Because i mean a we have to. We have to. We have to earth happening to us right now. All my if you're not frightened for yourself do have reason to be. Frightened for your progeny and their progeny and so on and so forth. And i think this really goes to underline just how dire the situation is but in a way it's fans saying like but we can do something about it but it's bricked up though y'all waited too we to the fuck around part and now we're finding out part and then we'll kind of go along with that because you know we'll see we'll check in with what is happening with the senate and you know they had ideas on how to legislate their way out of climate change and also just various ways. We're dealing with it from the problems that we have reporting climate change to even the ways we are. You know sort of disconnecting from the sort of overwhelming feeling of dread that we have to start picking fights about other really inconsequential things because the climate is overwhelming. Then maybe check in with or c. N. is trying to put words in her mouth. She's not saying we'll see what happened with. Some people got disinvited to obama's birthday party and that's already just a like a you know a bunch of comedy through lines waiting to happen but more importantly i wanna talk suicide squad to joel. Because i don't know what that is What we'll do that. Mri i aaron. What is something from your search history. That's revealing about who you are okay. This one's juicy. Are you two ready. So this really explains my entire life in one. Click of a third tracer. Come out know. I had another coffee..
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"larry david" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Geico knows there many reasons why you ride from the exciting adventure of the daily commute to the peace of mind that geico always has your back with twenty four seven access to claim service and legendary customer service but pamela had one reason in particular. My skin is extremely averse to most fabrics except for the soft buttery feeling of leather thankfully..
Bloomberg Wall Street Week
Barack Obama Celebrates 60th Birthday After Reducing Guest List Due to COVID
"And Beyonce reportedly are still on the list for a birthday bash at the Obama's $12 million home on Martha's Vineyard. In Massachusetts. Concerns over Covid and the spreading Delta variant has led to the trimming of the guests. List for this weekend 60th birthday bash for former President Barack Obama. Names that were on the list included TV icons Larry David, David Letterman and Conan O'Brien.
860AM The Answer
"larry david" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The Larry Elder show. Hey, Larry David from Arizona. I wanted to just say that, uh, the truth is that the Democrats instigated the whole thing. Triple 8971 s a G E Triple 89717243 Larry elder Relief active com studio. I will say this about Democrats. The ability to use the race card in creative ways just never ceases to amaze me. There is a recall effort right now to get rid of the governor of California because of the Over the restrictions. People are just steamed in this state. And his popularity has taken a toll. And now they're gathering signatures to Get a recall effort on the ballot, and first it was a joke, and then somebody donated a great deal of money. Would always stop these efforts is the inability to hire enough people to gather the signatures. Now there's enough money to hire enough signatures to Get enough signatures that are necessary in order for this recall effort to go forward to now. Started take it seriously. And guess what? His Top aide said about the or the top California Democrat, The California head of the Democratic Party's name is Rusty Hicks. I don't know what he said about the recall effort. Quote. This recall effort really ought to be called the California coup. Showing you how they've keeping the work Who Because President Trump now has been accused of giving a speech to incite a coup. Shows you that the word doesn't mean anything. Oh, this recall effort, which really ought to be called the California coup. Is being led by right wing conspiracy theories. White nationalists. Anti vaxxers And groups who encourage violence to our democratic institutions into quote. Never mind how steam people are in this state about it being shut down the most shut down state in the union having the most cases in the union. Suggesting that to set down measured are not working. And it's being dismissed as being led by White nationalists. No, let's take it issue. Figure out it's somehow converted into a racial issue. That way we'll get liberals and people of color to be steamed. What they do. Mm. The Air Force vet female Air Force that he was killed. On that Wednesday with white Capitol Hill police officer who shot and killed her. Was white. The other officers who was officer who was murdered. With white. Most of the protesters appear to be white. So let's have a thought experiment, says Joe Biden, says Chris Cuomo. Says other lefties about what would have happened even though it didn't what would happen even though it didn't what would have happened? Had more process has been black because after all Black lives matter. Protests was dealt with far more aggressively than this. All designed to let you know. That you are constantly eternally always always a victim, no matter what you're doing. Matter whether you're involved. The victim. No, Never mind. It's flat out not true. Police, if anything, would have been more reluctant to use force. As I've said before. And that we've had Years of black police chiefs. The former The chief of the Metro PD. Washington D. C. Metro police. Ramsey, Black man. The number two in charge of the Capitol police of the black female. I have no idea what the ratio Composition of both those departments are No. Here in L. A The LAPD represents the racial diversity of the city. The percentage of blacks and Hispanics and Asians and whites matches the percentage of those in the city. Same thing with the NYPD. In Baltimore when Freddie Gray died in police custody, both the number one and number two running the police department were black. All the city Council, Democrat majority Black. Very different situation than when Martin Luther King was arrested. For bogus reasons and put in that Birmingham jail where he wrote that letter and described conditions that were going on at the time. How would you feel being five having a five year old daughter having to explain to her that the fun part you just saw on television is off limits to her because she's black and only white girls can go. How would you like to say that? Who says that now? I just saw some wet. Saying that l. C said about she wants to liberate the south from there. From something. From their garbage disposals. We need to liberate the south. She said that we're gonna do next, liberate the South. Their arm or black elected officials in the south per capita than anywhere else. In that way for years. Now 49%.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club
"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.
ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Airs Season 10 Finale
"Just completed its last season last on last Sunday and it was divisive season that some people didn't necessarily like and there are certain parts of it. I certainly about like what I thought. It was widely acclaimed. It was widely acclaimed but some of the metoo stuff early in the season didn't necessarily fly with people and I completely understand that because it really wasn't that funny but last three episodes stuck the landing in classic. Larry David Fashion. So we're happy with that. Jon Hamm episode might be one of my favorite episodes of all time. The finale is great too so Kudos to curb. Not all of you hanging in
The Tony Kornheiser Show
Bloomberg’s big bet: Can money beat Biden's momentum?
"Buddha JIB has dropped out Biden had a big win in South Carolina a three or four days before the big win by Biden and South Carolina and people were saying he was gonNA lose to Bernie Bernie's momentum was such coming out of Nevada that he was going to win a Tuesday tomorrow. Super Tuesday can change. Everything can be over honestly Bhai Wednesday morning at nine in the morning can be over But your thoughts about Biden now budgets dropping out. And what are we looking at our? Don't we know we don't know I mean what we know is a third of all of the delegates will be apportioned tomorrow night so thirteen hundred delegates out of the thirty nine hundred. You Need Nineteen Hundred. Save the thousand or eleven. It's very hard to do that. Because unlike Republicans who have this so indicative of how the two Parties Think. Republicans have a lot of winner-take-all states. You win the state yet. All the delegates Democrats have actually in the Electoral College. Democrats have if you get fifteen percent either statewide or any congressional district in the State. You get delegates from a practical perspective. What that means is it's just harder to get a lot a big lead sanders will have the lead. After tomorrow. I would look at California. It's hugely important because it has the most delegates but also because there's a possibility no one else gets fifteen percent statewide other than sanders including Biden. And if that happens sanders will have a very large dow in the hundreds delegate lead Before Gary left on his trip he asked me who to keep an eye on. I said footage so that tells you about where I'm at right now. I wasn't wrong to keep an eye on footage because he did drop out so smart did he. And I know but I think he will endorse Biden at some point Because they are all afraid of sanders the dynamic of the races this sanders almost certainly must be stopped will end this process. June through the end of the process with the most delegates now is it. The most by three hundred is the most by fifty. I don't know. Does he have nine hundred ninety one? In which case all this is moot. Because he'll be the nominee oh So the issue is. How do you limit his number of delegates and the theory? Is You unite behind one person. I think that is at this point somewhat remarkably given that he finished fourth fifth and second winning. Yeah it looks currently like Joe Biden because the only other alternative really is Michael Bloomberg and I just don't think that Democrats are going to rally around a guy who was a Republican. You know ran for office as a Republican. I just no matter how much money you have so I think the if you are not wanting to San for sanders to win you need Bloomberg to get out in the next couple of days. Ammos spending all that money. Sure but it's nothing I mean. Yes he spent six hundred million. He'll probably spend a billion dollars. But it's it's immaterial him. I know that that's insane to say but it is true. You need him to get out in the next couple of days. You need to get out in the next couple of days and you need Warren to stay in as long as possible to Siphon. Is Kobe charge? She's running for vice president. Now what is she doing exactly? What Ewing Use Code People? I think she is staying in through tomorrow because she thinks she can win. Minnesota her home state and then maybe if she wins Minnesota then she gets out sort of Warren's GonNa lose her home state I think very tomorrow in Massachusetts to Sanders I don't know exactly what she's doing to be candid. Okay but if she thinks it's going to be a a brokered convention and all bets are off. Yeah well that's still the Warriors Theory in Warren Theory is it's going to be brokered convention. Meaning no one. We'll have nine hundred ninety one nine elegant one thousand nine hundred one delegates and that means no one went on the first ballot the last time we've gone to multiple ballots in a Democratic presidential primaries. Do you know just as a trivia question do knock nine hundred fifty two Ashley Stevenson on the third ballot That if it's if it's contested than why not stay into Gary's point and have six seven eight hundred delegates and say who who wants my support. Or Maybe I. Should you know the Dick Cheney? I did a comprehensive search for a vice president and is bounded to be me. Yeah so I still think Bernie is By far the most likely nominee I I think if he's at eighteen hundred delegates it's GonNa be very hard to take it from him is people rightly would be. I up in arms Okay which by the way gives us six more months of Larry David. Yeah which is good. Doing Bernie
The Lead with Jake Tapper
Australia's deadly fires: What you need to know
"Eighteen million million acres of land. Roughly the size of the entire state of South Carolina burned across Australia as wildfires. Continue to rage there. Twenty seven people have been killed killed. Two thousand homes destroyed as many as one billion animals have been impacted by the fires. According to experts millions of those animals killed and in Sydney the Australia. Thirty thousand people marching and climate change protest and as C. N.. N.'s will ripley reports with their country. Burning Australians are demanding action fighting for change tens of thousands spilled onto the streets of Sydney Australians. Living Afire nightmare calling on the government to wake up. You know it's it's doing it kill unprecedented bushfires. Some of the worst on record have protesters in nine Australian cities demanding drastic action demanding their leaders do more to tackle climate change before it's too late. Australia's devastation only expected to get worse. The inferno fueled by Ryan historic drought and record breaking heat. Wave once you ED. The influence of the human emitted greenhouse gases will likely to see those conditions once every i-it's in many of these protesters blamed their prime minister. Scott Morrison Morrison a longtime advocate for coal mines and fossil fuels a vital part of Australia's economy. This is call fried treasurer nuys. The road along trucks but many are afraid. Four months of fires unprecedented president in their intensity and destruction more than two thousand homes in the hardest hit area of New South Wales burned. Nearly thirty people killed thousands thousands more fleeing to safety climate change is one factor but twenty four people in New South. Wales are charged with deliberately. Starting the fires was you're only expected needed to get worse. Hot Dry wind gusts returning to areas. Where one hundred thirty seven fires are already burning? On top of the human cost millions of animals dead nearly eighteen million acres of natural habitat home to half a billion animals up in flames is really really disturbing. Do this. Viral video shows a man driving along a road. Littered with their charred corpses carnage only expected to get worse. Australia's fire season season doesn't end for months
Google brings podcasts to search results
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey podcasts fans. I guess pretty cool news for you. Google is adding audio podcasts to its search results alongside videos photos and web links and get this. They're going to be playable able directly from within google. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to talking tech. Let me fill you in so searchers will not have to leave google and go go to say i tunes or tune in to listen to a podcast that they find in google. They'll be able to listen via the google podcast app on phones or on the web and because you're doing this through google. If you listen to talking tech on the computer and only get halfway through well you can listen to the rest of it on the google google podcast app without losing your place now google estimates. There's now some two million podcasts available listening and it wants to help people find them in listen. Even google's been bullish on podcast for quite some time and in two thousand eighteen launched a google podcast app seeing at the time that it hoped to double the audience podcast by exposing more more of the shows to more people i of course and pretty thrilled about that. Google tells me they think it'll take about four years for that to happen but they're hoping that by putting podcasts in to search results that it might happen faster. One thing you need to know is that to do you're searching. You're going to have to the word podcast at first so if you're interested in larry david you would say larry david podcast. If you're interested in cooking recipes you might say matzo ball soup on podcast. Eventually google says has you will not have to do that but you could have to do that. In the beginning now this i find pretty interesting. <hes> google tells me that podcast listening has increased about twenty percent in the last year you the united states is google's top market for podcast but overseas countries like india and brazil have also joined the top five and i look forward to seeing talking talking tech and other podcasts in the search results. What do you think listeners. Look for me on twitter where i'm at jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show wherever wherever you listen the online audio and i'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustomed domain to name name. A few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way you want plus plus everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and moguls alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already using wicks and build bill the professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percents off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more for storage of free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
Larry, David O'rourke And Belmont discussed on Sean Hannity
"Yeah their own so Simon party time was a good server toga that's track announcer Larry call miss with the traditional opening call the one hundred fifty first thoroughbred racing season began today full slate of racing iris new president CEO David o'rourke was asked about an earlier than normal start by WG wise trucking Callie the reason we're up here early is the construction and has been down to Belmont so we needed to make a decision and the decision was made to get out the way downstate as much as possible so that was the impetus for us to be up here five days a week you can attest this too dark days this season
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Super Dave Osborne and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Actor, Bob Einstein, Dies At 76
"Super, Dave Osborne comic actor and writer. Bob. Einstein has died at age seventy six achieved the most notoriety playing super Dave Osborne that dimwitted celebrity stunt man who stunts always ended in disaster. Most recently he played Larry David's friend Marty Funkhouser on curb your enthusiasm. I'm sorry unsought loses. Weinstein's brother actor and comic. Albert Brooks called him a brilliantly funny, man.
The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
Trump Mistakenly Calls Wildfire-Ravaged California Town of Paradise 'Pleasure'
"On until you come here. And what we saw at pleasure one a name right now. But what we saw we just left pleasure occurred, powerless, and what we just saw at at paradise is just just not acceptable. Jill all you have to do is focus in on the governor of California and roll the Larry David theme music, and it's it's done for you in advance. What did you make of his fire outing this weekend? Now, this is another example where you have the president who is standing out there in this moment of tragedy these moments that come happen again. And again, whether it's shootings or fires or other national tragedies where the country looks for the president to be the consoler in chief looks for him to say the right thing to try to bring the country together to try to bring some solace to those people who are suffering who have lost everything. And instead you have the president who stands up there and tries to blame California for the wildfires that it suffering while citing a conversation with Finland that nobody in that country seems to have any recollection of I'm not sure if the president thinks that people physically take rakes and go through the whole forest, Florida, clean it out. It's unclear exactly what he is picturing there. And then to be standing amid the wreckage. The town that had been completely decimated. And having to be reminded by reporters of exactly where he was standing. And where he visited, you know, I think it's an indication number one of some potentially shoddy staff work of them not making very clear to him exactly where he was repeatedly. But also, this example, once again of the president kind of finding ways it's just seems to be the way that he approaches things intrinsically, but but finding ways to nitpick and to criticize and mistakes that he makes that prevent him from being able to bring people together in these moments of tragedy. Indeed, the president of Finland said they never discussed the cleaning and the raking of the forest floor. People of Finland though can always be counted on they were on social media this weekend launching all kinds of different cleaning and raking parodies. After they heard the president's comments be that. As may our thanks on a Monday night as we start a new holiday shorten Kimberly. Atkins Jovan Jeremy Peters. Thank you so much for joining us tonight coming up more on the president's attack on the man in charge of the raid that killed bin Laden. John Brennan was in the situation room that night. He's standing by to join us now and later the performance grade, the president says he hates to give himself but awards it. Anyway, the eleventh hour just getting started on a Monday night.
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Nominations | Television Academy
"Phone upgrade he wanted to sprint store and alfa reta highway in roswell became very angry upset started ranting and cursing at the employee officer lisa holland tells channel two action news dante williams didn't actually fire the gun employees had all his info police arrest him for terroristic threats and air force vet takes his hoa to court in florida over the us flag larry murphy says he started getting fine daily over an american flag he put outside his house in a flower pot i got a violation letter that stated your american flag was unauthorized object for me to take it down he eventually sold his home in sweetwater at a loss and filed suit the case goes to trial next year emmy nominations are due out this morning game of thrones returns to the emmy hunt this year after not being eligible last year even though we didn't get a new season this year confusing i know but expect the best drama nomination abc's jason nathanson expects the americans will get nominated for its final season along with us s and l's colin jost and michael chang will co host the emmy september seventeenth in la wsb news time six eleven bluejays beat the braves sixty two last night same two teams this evening at suntrust park linda carlisle and others chastain tonight italian composer pianist would have equal i now is playing seventy hall this evening he's quite a challenge is like the italian yanni though he looks a lot like larry david wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live now it's time to check weather and traffic what do you think of a chance of a shower in that concert of chastain into the grave game the it looks like it's still a little bit below normal for this time of year but not by much rhonda six in the mellish meter for today mostly the partly sunny then the thirty percent chance when isolated late day thunderstorm high near ninety three low seventy two tomorrow mix of sun and clouds a forty percent chance of a shower thunderstorm high ninety two on friday a mix of sun and clouds a fifty percent chance of a shower thunderstorm high.
Pete Davidson gets tatoos for Ariana Grande
"Wasn't that funny jack levin lemon no about a year and a half ago i noticed that it dated and go buy if you're on the internet there was a phrase that they would use and it was somebody is rocking something there'd be a picture of somebody and they go there rocking this or they're rocking mega when did this happen how did that happen well an hit about a year and a half two years ago lager go or shorter way longer ago all right it's just started bugging you that others the new one oh really every day you're on the internet somebody is shading somebody else meaning they're saying something bad or the thinking something bad right right but that like find that a year and a half ago that wasn't anywhere and now try to find it they were that doesn't it's not all over the internet so today's is cassie david this is the daughter of larry david who used to be dating pete davidson he is shading pete davidson it says here in his romance with a grenade we talked about this last week about the unlikely pairing of pete davidson and oriented grinding now here's the reason i bring it up he davidson decided even though it's a new relationship that he's going to get two tattoos one a logo that she uses during your show carrier's all the time yeah so he got a logo of that on the back of his neck that wasn't painful positive then also her initials he got i'm sorry when did they start dating to ago one week two weeks to tattoos that's how it goes i was torn between two lovers where is that where are located why are they belong well two of them i know this is the last show on the street need a break i'm just saying what would you be thinking he's thinking friend liquid on cruel he's not doing it for that he he he he no he's got a lot of problems he's got a lot of addictions depression i believe he has some digestive issues like crohn's disease or something he's not in a little bit wacky to begin with his dad died in nine eleven he was a firefighter who went into the building and he was very young at the time he's the youngest member to join snl you'd think i was president of his fan club any other yeah i mean he's just very dishonest got.
Cazzie David, Larry David's writer daughter, throws shade at ex-Pete Davidson
"Tamari ties in with what i'm saying is that sometimes the most important part to us is who said it and we'll agreement if it's somebody like we'll go yeah that's genius but if we don't like them then they will be don't be a dubious good oh don't be ahead don't be a lemming don't be allowing right i love jack lemmon he was really fun isn't that funny gloveman lemon lemming about a year and a half ago i noticed that dated and go by if you're on the internet there was a phrase that they would use and it was somebody is rocking something that'd be a picture somebody and they go there rocking this or they're rocking that mega when did this happen how did every day like about a year and a half two years ago longer or shorter way longer all right it's just started bugging you that others a new one oh really every day you're on the internet somebody is shading somebody else meaning they're saying something bad or they're thinking something bad right right but that like find that a year and a half ago that wasn't anywhere and now try to find a day where that doesn't it's not all over the internet so today's is cassie david this is the daughter of larry david who used to be dating pete davidson she is shading pete davidson it says here in his romance with arianna grenade we talked about this last week about the unlikely pairing of pete davidson and oriented grinding now here's the reason i bring it up he pete davidson decided even though it's a new relationship that he's going to get two tattoos one a logo that she uses during her show on his ears all the time yeah so he got a logo of that on the back of his neck that wasn't painful positive and then also initials he got i'm sorry when did they start dating to ago one week is to two weeks to tattoos that's how it goes i was torn between two lovers where is that where there are located belong well at two of them on i know this is the last show on the street need a break i'm just saying what would you be thinking thinking has gone friend look what i'm cruel he's not doing it for that he he he he no he's got a lot of problems he's got a lot of addictions depression i believe he has some digestive issues like crohn's disease or something he's not in a little bit wacky to begin with his dad died in nine eleven he was a firefighter who went into the building and he was very young at the.