21 Burst results for "Lenny Bruce"
"lenny bruce" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"What why you wanted to write about that particular part of her life? I chose that as a starting point. And it's a song I wrote maybe halfway through the writing process and it was one of these things about her life that I couldn't ignore. And I'd read about it many, many times, and it's always this alleged attack. On her. She was allegedly attacked and sexually assaulted by an American service men. While she was working as a secretary and office officer for the U.S. Army in Berlin. She was a teacher where she grew up. Yeah, exactly. And she was a teenager. She was 15 at the time. And, you know, I'm very, I'm getting really tired of women being allegedly assaulted and alleged predators getting away with it. And I wanted to make a statement of that song. There's no documentation to back it up and people have said, well, no one ever reported, you know. And apparently the soldier was caught and court martialed and executed. There's no paperwork to back it up, but I still choose to believe this story. And I wanted to start with this story because it was so emphatic and I wasn't going to walk around that. And you know, there are terrible tales of how Russian soldiers and American soldiers behaved to German civilians right in the wake of World War II. It's a horror story. And I wanted to acknowledge that because it damaged her so much. And many things damaged Niko, the rejection of her son by her son's father, Alan dalon, damaged her. He was so in love with him and he just ran away and ignored it. This was all at the beginning of her career. And it set the path for her life. And I remember in the 80s, people making fun of her for being just this stupid old junkie and it always got my hackles up because she probably didn't choose to be a junkie, you know, she probably was trying to cover up so much pain that she carried like baggage, her whole life, and she was impoverished her whole life. She didn't want to be a model. She had far more to say than that. And being a model sucks, you know, being a slave to your body like that. So she kind of went the other way and I think the beginning of this whole journey was World War II and also the song rip car drip card which details this sexual assault. That's an incredible song. One of the songs he chose to cover that she did eulogy to Lenny Bruce, which, to me, is it sort of brings it full circle in a way, because it's Nico covering a song by Tim Hardin, about another tragic figure, Lenny Bruce. Yeah. You know, it's kind of a interesting circle there, isn't it? I think she could relate to really, really well to what Lenny Bruce was. Yes, was going through. Yeah. And very topical at that time as well. And I think that, you know, that's definitely a high point of Chelsea girl the album for me. I think it's a beautifully sung song and a beautifully arranged song. And she really, she brought some emotion to the table with that. And to be angry. To me, people talk about how cold and emotionless she was and well, just listen to eulogy for any Bruce if you think that because I beg to differ. I lost a friend. And I don't know why. But never again. Will we get together to die. After I think as people listen to this segment if they're not familiar with Nico or only know a handful of songs like these days and the first velvet album because of hard artists to
"lenny bruce" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Same time? Here's the thing. You see girls, what I'm doing. Mommy and daddy are wrestling. Daddy lays it down. You want to just go to a ball gag with a good seal. And my in my experience. Zip ties, really. No, I don't know why I did. I'm just saying there's something about this. He likes it guys, don't you? You talk about him a lot. Zip ties are one of my favorite things to have around the house. They do pretty much. Everything. Where do you keep your zip tops? I don't have a house I live in. I keep them nowhere, but when you had a house, where did you keep them? I had a giant baggy with about 40 different sizes of zip ties in my garage. Literally more than a thousand. I keep them in underneath this kitchen sink and I got kind of rats. Is there something that you have too many of like every time you go to the store you think I need better need more and you buy them. For me, it's zip ties. Every time I'm at Home Depot, but look at this. For me, it's got a color. The Phillips and the flatheads and all the different screwdriver bits. I always get a box of those every time I go to the hardware store. I've got about 5000 of them. I probably have 40 Allen wrenches. And who is this Alan? I could have used Richmond. We're going to be doing sexy time with Ali breed in just a few minutes. We will be discussing. Maybe your problems. Who knows? See if we can help you out. It's a problem. With us, whatever your situation may be in the meantime, we go back to Christie Lee at the bob and Tom news desk. A pizza delivery took an unexpected turn. What a squirrel. Oh, launched itself into a Louisiana home. Footage captured by Rodney Herbert's nest camera shows a squirrel quietly preparing itself. My nest camera will capture that. And the corner of her porch has a pizza delivery driver approaches the door. So obviously the pizza delivery guy doesn't know there's a squirrel about the right. Of course, he doesn't see the squirrel. When Herbert's wife Darien answers, the squirrel leaps from its hiding spot into the house, despite the abrupt chaos. I saw it. The shop delivery driver manages to hand off the pizza before backing away. Have you seen the delivery driver you can hear him going, I'm getting the hell out of here. So that the squirrel jumped over her head into the house quote. I ran to the dining room stood on a chair and yelled at Rodney to come get it out. I hear you, Darien. After a short chase, they were able to get this quote outside. You should squirt gasoline on all the squirrels and hang them from the tree in the front yard. You're burning. Chiquito mean that. That's all I mean. I wonder why it ran in the house there or flew in the house. It's feet tonight. Why else? Do you want some pie? Pizza. You think he missed his jump? Uh oh, I was going for the roof. And then just in the video, he's right there in the corner. It looks like he is waiting. Waiting to go in. So I don't know what he's surprised the liver guy didn't at least try to help out. He left. He didn't ask. As a Lenny Bruce famously said about Jackie and the limo. Anybody remember
Jerry Stahl's Book 'Permanent Midnight' Is a Must Read Story of Beating Addiction
"Jerry stole was riding on ALF, making 5 grand a week, shooting 6 grand a week up his up his arm and heroin. And even though he was living in a luxurious home in Los Angeles, his drug habit found him, you know, it found him knocking around hellacious neighborhoods in LA just so he could finance his heroin habit. And the habit eventually ruined his TV, writing career and nearly took his life away until he finally kicked and he emerged clean. But permanent midnight is a get this book. It is a strung out confessional that sounds as if it could have been written by Lenny Bruce or woolley mouse burrows. And it details his slide into the opiate abyss and how he scratched and clawed his way back into the light. It's a remarkable book
"lenny bruce" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Wow. Been there done that, but why? With the Nigerian prince? Oh, honey. I don't know if it was all that kind of money those women of course. That's what I don't understand. How does he not fall in love? A way he's not get caught up. But wait. What kind of con artist is he? He's the devil. But wait, he is obviously trying to get caught up because although he does deny being a fraud. He is now hired a Hollywood manager and wants his own dating show and the sick and twisted thing is, he gonna get it. Okay, for people that don't know. He conned women out of money by making them get loans. Like hundreds of thousands of dollars in loans. He pretended to be a billionaire son and then he would wind them dying them, get them all caught up in the web, and then he would one day, you know, spring up on them and say, you know, my credit card is not working. I need you to give me and they would do it. And they would make them go to the bank. He would talk to him because that's why it was a scam and unfortunately. He didn't break any loss. What? How do you not break a law? That's called, 'cause he wasn't coercing them into it, but I was gonna wear a cinnamon toast. You gotta watch a documentary. You gotta watch the documentary. That's why it's so, and I thought it was going to be about get a date and show if you want to. I bet you ain't dating nobody. Bands on dating apps, but I think he has a, he may have a TikTok account. We don't know if it's real or not. But this is the thing about Hollywood. Sometimes some people go with what's popular. Not morally, but what's popular and this manager that signed him is going to try to find whoever can find him and, you know, because he has some popularity behind him, then they want to marry him to have some. No. It's just like Joe Exotic. People love him. They love corny thing. They love something that's like, but I just want to say we were more bad behavior. I want him to go away. That's your word some good behavior, because we have waited long enough. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is back. Finally, enthusiastic names. Come on maisel. I will only do gigs where I can say what I want. That's what Lenny would do. That's different. He's Lenny Bruce. Well, then.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"With my senior adviser, and, uh, boy who knows Louisiana very, very well. A boy who knows Louisiana very, very well. He said A boy? Yep. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Play it again. Play it again. Won't play it again for you. Yeah, I'll play it one more time for you. All right now we're gonna put the conversation forward again. I'm here with, uh, with my senior adviser, and, uh, boy who knows Louisiana very, very well. Senior advisor and a boy who knows Louisiana very, very well. Hope that clears it up for you, Sandra. Okay, Thank you. Thank you, man. I appreciate the call 410 Wcbm 6 80 Toll free long distance is 1 800 Wcbm 6 80 Barbara is in Baltimore Barbara. Good morning. Lenny Bruce and think, Taking my call. Sure you can never underestimate the ignorance of a small thinking, small minded person. Anna Carol never disappoint. Of course, Joe Biden is a racist. And Democrats, especially black Democrats. Bend over backwards. To ignore, but it's obvious Because I heard what he said. He said. He referred to the guys it referred to his boy. But that's nothing unusual. Joe Biden has been making racist comments for the last 40 years that have been overlooked by the Democrats who voted him in. I'm not sure what people thought they were going to get with Joe Biden. He's always been incompetent. He's always been a liar. And now he's lying royally. I couldn't believe the man got up there and and patted himself on the back for an extraordinarily successful evacuation. Of Afghanistan, and I've noticed that the news is trying to move away from Afghanistan, because, um They're not covering that those five airplanes full of Americans and allies that have not been allowed to leave. You will not hear that I haven't heard it anywhere except on a conservative news. So I just, you know, wanted to say that because I'm just so discussed. I don't even talk to Democrats. Politics with them anymore. Well, it's not worth it. Beyond reasoning. There is no rationale to Joe Biden's statement or his actions anymore. No, there's I mean, you look at Biden. Do your victory lap. And who was it? Um Tammy Bruce last week, he characterized it better than her to characterize before. This would be like The captain of the Titanic bragging about how many lifeboats he launched. He was able to launch more lifeboats than any other lifeboat launch in history, completely ignoring the fact that the ship is going down behind him. Emigrates. Tammy. Bruce is excellent. Um, well, you know, I I just have one other thing I'd like to ask because I was listening to another conservative talk. Host on this channel Saturday and and one of the references was that we needed five. Conservatives in Maryland. We needed five seats for Maryland. And I asked the question that I did not get an answer to who are five conservatives who are not rhinos. Who will stand up in Maryland for anything. I haven't heard anything about CRT this critical race theory being taught in the schools. I haven't heard any protests about Forcing the Children to wear that mask. Even the ones who have been vaccinated. I haven't heard any Maryland Of, uh, Republicans Stand up. Did I miss something? You know, maybe you did not. Well, I know. In fairness, Nino and Johnny has indeed said this. I don't know. Who else in the Legislature on the GOP side. Who has, uh, Andy Harrison, Nino two. Solid. Yeah, okay, but I'm talking about Who is the father? Well, the five they were talking about this was this is the the idea that if Hogan and actually campaigned dumb ticket when he was running for re election Um, And if it could have been the the off year before, too, If you had gotten five additional Republicans, the Democrats would not have a veto proof majority. That's what that's what that references about. Mr Hogan made sure that Republicans were kicked out because he heavily campaigned against Donald Trump and everything, he says, and does Since then has been against Donald Trump. And now we have a lamed up and I do call him a lame duck governor, because anything that he wants to get pushed through, He can't Yeah, Power, So he decapitated himself by doing that. But I still am looking for those Republicans who are on a soapbox. I don't care feel in town squares or wherever having meetings at school board meeting. Talking about what we need to do about critical race theory and in these schools and what they're teaching our Children indoctrination into fascism. Well, said Barbara. Yes, I'm not either. Always and you know, it was particularly important is I'll wait for prominent Republicans who might run who might be one of those additional people who might get elected to come out and weigh in on this stuff, because that's actually how you build your name and build name or a commission. Absolutely, And that's where I thought maybe I missed the channel. Or maybe I would listen to something. Somewhat the wrong places because I haven't heard it. So I just wanted to, um, I guess. Just make sure I was on the same page with you, Bruce, because you haven't heard of. You know, we're both clueless. Okay, Thanks. Thanks, Barbara. Appreciate the call. 410 Wcbm 6 80. Tyrone is in his car. Good morning, Tyrone. Thanks for hanging on. Thank you, Bruce. Uh, two points I've never heard. I've never heard Joe Biden to any White man is boy. Number one and this is the same guy. I don't know why people keep forgiveness. This guy worked. With strong Thurman no less. To re introduce elements of segregation in the school system Back in the day. Okay, this leopard has not changed his spots. He is what he always has been. And I've asked liberal friends to explain the comment to me. And, uh, you know, you think you think I owe them money because they they don't get back in touch with me and explain it. Yeah, Well, um Just get tired of that dissembling. I've been haven't observing Joe Biden's behavior for his entire term. In office going back 47 years I probably start paying attention to like 35 years ago and all fairness. But from around the 1988 run on. I've been pretty much aware of him the 1988 run he made for the presidency. Where he stole the biography of a British politician. I used it as his own right, man. This is after he had been running around calling a guy named Curtis done who was the driver in the truck? That his first wife had a hit on with and died. That Curtis done had drunk. His lunch. Uh, Kurdistan was sober as a judge bite was doing this because he could get away with it. As the Kurdistan went to his death with the You know, then senator of his state, calling him a drunk destroyed his life. Biden has no conscience on that kind of stuff. Not only that, which is excellent, you know, Father and and, you know, shows us who this guy is. But remember, he's got certain ideas about who owned Dunkin Doughnuts. Uh, it's a very man it ended up being his boss. Was Black man who just happened to be bright, articulate. Can you believe that? No. That's such a shock, You know, to actually run into somebody of color who have something bright and articulate. Wow. What a surprise. Yeah. And clean. Yeah. Yeah, because apparently people of color don't know how to shower. And none of them have ever gone to any college or institution of higher learning. Actually, what? What I got interested in I could never find the information on is whether there were any other black people whether there were black people. In his law school. Because he finished all the ranking about. He finished almost the top because actually, almost at the bottom of his law, school class. Everything about that statement. He made everything about. It was a lot. Yep. So hilarious to go back and look at that. But, Bruce, listen, Enjoy your Holiday. And thanks for the show. I'm glad Thanks for listening to appreciate your way and in 410 wcbm 6 80 Tofino Long distance. It's 1 800 wcbm 6 80. Can I tell you how good Vinnie studio is for just a minute here? This guy sells homes and boy, does he sell homes and he will saw yours and put more money in your pocket. So when it comes to selling, the only way that I would recommend you call is Maryland's real estate expert. That's very steel with ReMax community. I've been talking about.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"As part of his performance and it was outside the lines of the law at that point but he saw his part performing the same way. Lenny bruce probably saw cursing on as part of his performance outside of the wall. I'm surprised he wasn't arrested more for winning junk out. Because i'm sure i getting pretty long here. Dan around page number thirty two stand that even down yet but if he did it in these places odds are he did it in other places and most likely those places are like. We don't even want to deal with any of this. The press and the insanity and the hassles were just gonna tell them. Don't do it again. And don't come back and you start to see focus. Coming into the government's plan marcus. There's a page there. I think it's page fifty four in the pdf where the us government starts to focus on charges and it's a memo from one twenty seventy review of the docket. Us district court has revealed the judge. William p coppell on twelve one. Sixty nine ordered. This case continued for trial. So this means that they're going to start moving forward with this stuff. What happened in the skies between la and phoenix. Wow there's harsh by you feel when you read that part of the file and partly why this is moving forward to trial is because of something presented to the federal grand jury on a superseding indictment to delete count three from the original indictment and changed flight. Seventy one to one seventy two and the two remaining camps so they're kind of playing a little show came with cases and what was going on to make sure that they got as much penalty lined up for jim.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Does anybody remember what even was taking place before? Covid. I mean, it's been almost two years since curb your enthusiasm was on for its 10th season, and it ended And then along came Covid, and nobody worked. And so then they all got vaccinated. And they all went back to work. Except for what's that all guys name Richard. Did he die now? But he had so many surgeries that he is unable to to actually be on the show anymore. This is this is like his best friend. Oh, um, Richard Lewis. Richard Lewis? Yes. Okay. This is a true story. Richard Lewis and I once got a new an argument with each other because I was wearing a T shirt with Lenny Bruce on it that my friend made And he insisted the person on my shirt was not Lenny Bruce. So true story, so I left. We're in one studio at this old radio station I used to work at. We left that room. We went into the next room. And the host of the show, Man Cow, you know, still still a friend of ours, Uh, turns to Richard. He's like, Do you have anything we could discuss in the next segment, and Richard says, Oh, I don't know. And I was like, and I turned in When I go, Why don't we? Why don't you tell me how the story about how you got into an argument over a T shirt in the other room, and Richard turns and looks at me and he's completely forgotten who I am, and he turns and looks right at me still wearing the shirt and he says Yeah. Can you believe that guy thought he was wearing Lenny Bruce on his T shirt guy in that other room? I'm like Richard. That was me. And that was that was five minutes ago. Richard. I don't think your eyes are working correctly, but he hasn't been well. For quite some time, and he is physically unable to perform now, so he's not on the show. All right, so some of the others are, and it doesn't given a specific date in October, But I'm sure you'll find out as we get closer. All right, as even though I did get once getting in an argument with Richard Lewis over something mundane, he's easily one of the funniest people on that show. We we have enjoyed him on the Wall and Johnson show many, many years ago when we were in Dallas. And he came through and, of course again. That was 25 or 30 years ago, so Oh, God, it was longer than that. It is something I want to think about how long it's been, but he was a lot younger and more mentally fit. Now, if something happens to him, that would be the second guy on the show. After. Bob Einstein, Marty Funkhouser, Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garland, That's still a good show. It's a funny show. My favorite on the show is Susie Susie. She's incredible. Larry U P. Sha Yeah, just getting mad at him For literally anything. The guy doom. She's not acting. And then maybe she's so good that she's not like that. But I don't know. And then after the show had already been on the air for a few seasons, right, Katrina happens and and they and they was like the black family. It was like HBO said. You've got to add a black guy. So they added, JB smooth. And they didn't even try to pretend that they weren't forcing it, which is almost what made it great was like, Oh, now there's this black guy living at Larry's house. It doesn't make any sense, but but it's hilarious. It really is a great show. Y'all know what J B said he said Brand new Curb. Same old Larry. Mm. I believe the catchphrase for this one is, um you're allowed to be happy. Just not in front of me. That's actually really good. Okay, look very much looking forward to it. That is very awesome. Our friends in Mississippi May be aware, but you can. Most of them have been arrested by now, haven't they? Yeah. In fact, we need to talk about that. People who contract Covid 19 in Mississippi are being asked to self isolate for 10 days, which is about three days longer than I think. What the what the CDC recommend? Well, Mississippi knows best, do they? And they said, if you don't and you get caught, not isolating for 10 days. What is it? Five years, five years in prison years in prison five years in in in a hardcore prison for not isolate what? Yo, There's a bunch of Luke. We'll talk about.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That's I was just talking about my friend and how his his kids, two teenage kids and one preteen kid. Now use the word racist as a punchline because they've heard it so many thousands of times, and it's been applied to everything. No matter how ridiculous how absurd. So now teenagers and preteens using the term racist as a punchline for everything, you know. We're out of We're out of Cheerios. That's racist. No, you drank my orange juice, Everything. Everything is racist. You pick me up late at school. You're a racist. So, uh, this is what the Democrats have have done, and we just had somebody call in. He dropped off the line during the break. But Andrew called in from Manassas said he's got, uh daughters who are what 18 to 23. I think three daughters and he said, and they use the term misogynist mocking Lee. They mockingly refer to everything as most. You're a misogynist year. That's misogynistic. You're misogynist because the Democrats have warned the words down to a nub. And I've been talking about this for years. How you overuse the words and I think I've made the Lenny Bruce comparison in the past as well. The Democrats flog and overuse and there And you know, keeping in mind that they are the party of lynching and mutilation. That's that's the Democrat Party. They're the party of blowing up churches and setting them on fire. That's the Democrat Party. That's the real history of the Democratic Party. And I do want I want to start. Randy and I were talking about this yesterday as well. I want to start you know the the 16 19 projects that these left wing lunatics signed up for because they're racist. And misogynist, and they hold the black women who authored this to an extremely low standard when it comes to historical research, and.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Today where things are popping Bulat, there'll be a weight like going to drop it and all the music they play on a bandstand. We go with wing is sweet, but we're going swinging. That's right. It's this weekend music right here. Dave Jennings into wide Witten and it was in this week on July 5th 1966 that On recommendation of Rolling Stone, Keith Richards. Girlfriend Chess Chandler from the Animals went to go see a young man by the name of Jimi Hendrix play at the Cafe Y in New York City. Chandler suggests that he should come to England. That's what he does. He became the manager. How about that? If you've never heard of cafe while I was big in New York? Why? Because he was awesome. Hmm. But that's where a lot of people came through Springsteen, Kool and the Gang. Lenny Bruce. Uh, Richard Pryor. All kinds of great musical and comedic acts went through Cafe Wa Who owned Cafe wa Hmm. Manny Roth. Of course. Manny Roth is the Arco of David Lee Roth. So there you go, Uh, pretty high stepper high kick like David. It was also July 5th. Just, uh, Three years later, the Rolling Stones gave a free concert at Hyde Park's Audience. It was 250,000 people showed up to this concert. It was a tribute to Brian Jones that had died Two days earlier. Mick released 3500 butterflies. It was also the very first concert to Mick Taylor debuted with the Stones took over for Brian John Jones. And by the way against all odds, Keith Richards is now 78 years old. You imagine? I mean, seriously, guys that seem healthier. Die younger. I now think that Charlie Watt is getting.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That's great. It starts with Earth Queen birds, snakes and they're a plane. Lenny. Bruce is not afraid. I have a hurricane. Listen yourself, Karen world needs your own beating up a knock, speak front, No street. That is just a planet with dinner. Five down. High wire fire represented seven games in the government for hires. Combat site method was coming in a hurry with the furies breathing down your man. Too much. Reporters baffled. Trumped, tethered cropped. Look at that. No playing fine, Dad. Oh, everybody, population coming to save yourself. Serve yourself, John. Your harmony. Treacherous revenue, Right, Right Patriotic Slam fight Bright my Penis pretty sight If she is up to the world as we know it, it's the end of the world as we know it. It's the end of the world as we know it. Nine feel fine. She's locked in the hour of Yukon four hour session but return Listen to yourself, Child lucky uniforms but burning black leading everyone investing laid out of mothership race light a candle light. I'm gonna step down. Step down What you feel crushed, crushed up. This means No here Cavaliere renegade steered their tournament to tournament to tournament applies only solution. Off from the alternate tonight. Deep lies. It's the end of the world as we know it. It's tough, You know, it's me, Neil. You know? The other night I took a nice continental ticket by Mount ST in a light, Leonard burn sundry in that last athletic person listening for cheesecake Jelly bean boom, symbiotic Patriotic slam, but that right right now. See End of the world way. It's 50 and of the world as we know it, it's Miss Lee. Other world as we know Wakefield for waits. You know, I feel like I know, you know..
"lenny bruce" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We got you, man. I'm good. I'm good at you may hear some sirens. I just crashed my car going south and 4 65. I was getting my fau Chia uniform money. So, Yeah, it's fine. But everyone will be stuck in traffic. And now they can really enjoy our interview. So it all worked out. What is the secret? Okay, so like I feel like what for a comedian. What is the secret to Developing a good impression like I feel like because I'm not a comedian, but I I think you like you. You fix on certain words, you fixate on certain patterns like droplets. I feel like the word. It's Tyler. I feel like drama. Let's is the word that you could kind of base your whole impression around. How did you? How did you start working on that in my head right up And I mean, yeah, forget SNL. I was gonna try and get on that, you know, but I'm making a living from saying droplets on cameo. Tell elderly women Who hate maps. So you wanna you wanna just consensual? Ate, like, like a few words that they say you know, like Owen Wilson, right? Wow, that word down, But when he he put so much soft on drop with, you know, he loves it, So he winds up and what? Watch his head, so shake his head. You're what you in a court. It's like it's like, drop it. They're coming out of his mouth as he's saying it, So, Yeah, I like to focus on a couple of words You know that are recognizable and then squinty eyes. I'm not sure his eyes were open. Maybe that's to be cautious for Kobe, but haven't seen his pupils since this thing began. So you're doing you're actively doing impressions for people on cameo and making money at it. I'm sitting at home doing impressions for like old women who want to get back to the The classes who just so you know, like I've given up on this kind of woke Hollywood sort of comedy, and I'm just doing my thing is, it's been a blessed and I'm looking at your Twitter account at tie the fish, which we've put out there at Hammer and Nigel. I think one of my favorite things that you've wrote is that you're kind of like the real Dr Fauci. Right now. You're spending most of your days doing these interviews and not working. No, I don't think that that's the most accurate part of them. Question, which was an accident is like I'm like, stopped doing everything and I'm just doing radio and TV and stuff and I'm like Holy crap. I'm actually turning into Dr Fauci and I could see how he wants to keep the pandemic going. So the Y Tyler Fisher joins us on the Hammer and Nigel Show comedian. Now you've been doing this impression on social media, and I heard a story that Tic tac was getting a little little weaselly with the whole thing, removing it because somehow it violated people's thoughts on Cove it what happened with Social Media? Yeah, my one of the my, My Fauci instructions for kids, which was simply like, you know, Dip. Dip your kids in a vat of wax in the straws, Throw him in the attic. And then you know you could bring him out in five. Years and they can get back to normal and they remove that, and they just said it broke their guidelines. But a lot of my impressions have been removed. I did a Cuomo impression. Andrew Cuomo Because, you know he's got like 500 women coming out against them, and they removed that. But they finally just put the foul. She went back up. I think, because so many people were tweeting about it. What's the key to the Cuomo? Impression for you, Todd. Look, the Cuomo Well, he blames all this touching on being Italian. So you just wanna reflect any sort of responsibilities, like, Look, I'm attacked when we touch work, but she people, you know we go the world wedding. We grab your face. We kill your grandma and we sleep with your daughter. It's also studying so together. Yeah. So, uh, you know, I don't. I don't know if it's conspiracy, but they seem to be taken down kind of these more left wing impressions. But who knows? And Twitter is kind of done the same thing too. Right? There's been a couple of people who have said Hey, this isn't playing on my media player for some reason. Yeah, exactly. You know, you never know if they could just say it's an error, but yeah, that's that's happened a few times and I did a Sebastian Maniscalco. Comedians Matthew Maniscalco making fun of people with masks. You know, it's like, Why are we still doing this outside her writing? Mike's with masks, aren't you and Maris and that one was frozen. So you know, I don't know people. But people are showing a lot of love and and re tweeting. This stuff you're do. You're doing an impression of another comedian. I love it. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, Well, I My favorite comedian is Bill Burr. You know, it's like, you know all these work some of this strike back yourself Brutal. Oh. Oh, it's so triggering making sort of Dr Douchey. Little looking so good road, a timer. Fisher with us. Now before Fauci took off and went viral and everybody sharing it and re tweeting and all that kind of stuff. What were some of the other impressions in your repertoire? Yeah, man, Radio Woody Allen. You know he's got that documentary. Have you seen the documentary about him? You know, touching little girls. It's called any hall. Have you seen uh Yeah, I like to invite and Trump you know, comparing their speech style. It's fun because bite and I don't know if you know this starts really strong. And then he whispers the most important part of the speech. You know, it's like, you know, we're not going back there. We just there's this creature in the world, but we got to stop racism. Just operation I'm like, is Owen Wilson coaching him? Come on there. But then Trump if you remember would start really casual. And then he would scream the most important part, you know? Well, this is a fantastic Wow, Look at this Grab. There's gonna be like five million people here, right? But the radical left They're racist. And then he just started. So I was like this guy is just the opposite. And it cracks me up, man. Yeah, it's the reaction from the audience that gives Trump fired up. He'll start off and then he'll like he'll be talking about Kaepernick. And they'll be like, Yeah, they should fire that son of a bitch on And then the crowd of reality guy hates fire. That's so right, you, Neil. That that Z, You nail her right there with that one. Hey! You funny man. Whatever you think whatever your politics are, every comedian's like, Yeah, but he's really funny. I mean, you can't deny that I'll give him that is their woke culture in stand up comedy right now, Or is it I feel like like with everything all listen to s. Oh, there is my God like I listen a lot of little podcast. Joe Rogan has a lot of comedians on and things like that. I feel like I feel like it's kind of the opposite. Sometimes I feel like there's Real like 50 50 battle going on right now, with one type of comedian pitted against another in terms of politics. Yeah, well, I think Rogan is so important because his fan base is so big Without him. You probably wouldn't really hear a lot of the left woke people. But, yes, like it's a disease seeping into the waters of comedy. And if you're afraid to speak your mind You're not going to be a good comedian, You know, so I I after 11 years said, you know what? I'm going to joke about whatever I want, You know, I'll take responsibility. If it bombs or people get triggered or, you know, I was just thrown out of the show in New York City. In the West Village. What? I was thrown physically thrown out of the show for talking about race and all sorts of stuff. And, you know, it was kind of like you're a white guy. You're not allowed to talk about anything other than you know, John Mayer. Whatever. I love, John. There. Don't get me wrong Wonderland. You know, I'm e ticket. I want to hear the John Mayer jokes for 30 minutes. Straight damage. Yeah. So you know, it's like Look, nothing compares to Lenny Bruce. The guy used to get arrested every night..
"lenny bruce" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"What may worry. Oh, I'm with you. What may Rory, I'm with you. I think I've got it right. Hello, Steve. Bony Trevor when it's great that starts with an earthquake, birds and snakes and their planes, who is not afraid. I'm afraid. Lenny Bruce is not afraid of Lenny Bruce is not afraid. Which is from him. Yeah, from my room. No. I told them at the Horton many years ago. You know, that is the band that I wish that I'd seen that I'd never see. Yeah, I saw him in the orange crush years. So when they're Still really great. I still think that men always pretty good. I would love to. If there was going to be a reforming of any band that I would pay a reasonable amount of money to go and see. It would be to see R E M. Yeah. That's one of the things that I'm just sad that I'm not the same Anyway. We have a Who and what you please Who Who's saying to Ra Ra boom de a On the banana splits adventure hour. This is this is a bit nasty. Although Derik over banana split, Huh? So who's saying Tara Bom Dia? Um, I'll be did that drove the weed. Can't I All had we cast in right now is none of them though. I did You want one, though? Did you want a banana splits for Bill? Yeah, cos good with those vehicles. Thank you. It's not right when back eyes became compulsory in the U. S. Med pro tested by doing the barcode. The size, if are the size of the front cover? Every clever mad magazine. Mm. By the wide diving him See how l a dive and emcee. I knew that it was Lenny Bruce. That's fucked, type. Um okay from knew. We knew that it was Lenny Bruce is well, Tom from to win bar, good work. Glenn in Perth. Nicely done How much Sam? Morning, Trevor, Hang out. Good, Sam. Do you know the song Terror Bom dia? Never heard of it. Sort of goes Tara rah Boom dee, A ta ra ra boom de a Tyra Boom D a tire IRA bomb D a That's about it. Over and over and over again. So who's saying it on the banana splits? Uh, The 11. No, but thank you. I'm pretty is that that's all they're saying. All the way through it, wasn't it? I just want pie a little bit to say if you have never heard terror Boom D A. This is terrarium Bom dia. Those cute little Oh, you nearly found out who it was then. S so there are other words to it. I thought that that's all there was Mad magazine ended three years ago. Thank.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"I didn't know if you've gotten into this thing. Because i'm i'm sure confused by it but i don't i don't understand it at all. I like the concept that there might be a way to monetize things that you couldn't monetize before because there's too much free now I think if people it's just like any other monetary system if you both agree that it's an equitable exchange then is an equitable exchange. Right the end of the day. That's what it goes forward you know. Can you really own a joke. Not really you know. Do you get the rights to tell the joke. Why the quincy right on. So it's not so prevalent like it's not everywhere is just. It's almost like just a few places. Rather than like limitless supply your. I'm not sure how it works with things like a tweet because right to anybody can can screen capture that. It's what it is right now is. It's flexing is. I really wealthy. People are kind of flexing. Like i spent three million on. Dorsey is i tweet. I own a piece of that name. But eventually i think it will have some really good uses for for creatives and artists. That aren't just a famous ones but just a sort of a way a better certificate of authenticity rhino. Or when you sell your your when your next album comes out. It might be something. Where the who. What band is it. A couple of bands that are selling their nfc. Kings of leon is doing it. Yes can leon is doing. See how that works out for them. I mean there's no there's no downside there they can sell their nf t and instill release it out to the streaming services later where they get paid very little no Streaming is not. It's not a great platform for running but it's sure a great platform for me. I've got millions of songs. That i can listen to on my phone. All my albums are sitting out in the garage and boxes. And i'm just laughing at anthony. You're so useless. It's all pro consumer but not pro artist. That's now you're totally right. It really is and it's only limited pro-consumer in terms of like the sound quality. Yeah not as good as you know anyway. I have a lot of comedy records. And it's just. There's something about comedy record vinyl piece of comedy on vinyl. And i don't mean to sound like an old man right now but seriously like when you take old i have a ton of old lenny bruce richard pryor a red fox When you're sitting down and you open because their comedy so they usually have like funny liner notes and they have visuals and stuff like that Of my album. Actually it's super intimate when you're sitting there with with steve martin. Maybe it's a childhood thing to although. I never listened to comedy comedians as a kid but there is something about somebody talking to you through speakers record. That's really cool. Yeah and just twenty three minutes per side and then you have to like slept it up take a break flip it over as what i have not usually for sure yes i know right and yours is available on vinyl. No considering it it's available. I cd out is a lot of people have bought. Actually they bought the cd okay. I haven't hold it against you. I'm gonna make. Larry graft signed copy. Okay i eric is. Cd fantastic you wanna give something away me. No well yeah. Help me give something away. I'm supposed to give something away during. I decided to give away some super nice clubs. Swag during each podcast. But i haven't figured out the mechanism yet. So let's like let's just give something away right now gateway like thirty.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
"Is what i'm not so. Yeah i may. I mean look certain way into label mean one thing without knowing me is in and of itself racist and in my opinion em okay is rolling over in his fucking grave right now. Yeah you know. I totally agree with. I mean anymore. Pretty much seems like the to go to. Phrases are anything that somebody disagree with his either right white supremacy or racist. There is one is. it's it's a lack of lack of intellectual facts to go on. i mean we. We're talking about a generation here who has been told what to think or else while you know not given for. They're not giving facts and been allowed to interpret. It's been that way from the time. They were in kindergarten until they until they leave the indoctrination the advanced indoctrination center of college and it doesn't get any better with the evening news and they mainstream media extra and you know listen to call it exactly what it is right now. Everybody here who likes to call anything they disagree with white supremacy or racists. I knew slash for you. Fuckers is not white supremacy. Because somebody doesn't like you they don't like you because you're an asshole you're entitled you're selfish. There's a thousand reasons and nothing to do with skin color. Exactly exactly people don't like me. Because i'm an asshole and i don't. I don't scream. Racism at the top of my lungs when they choose to choose to not liked me unfortunately like myself enough that most other people don't matter i just. I don't know where we went in society. You know. I grew up with dennis leary. And what's his name andrew dice. Clay george carlin. Everybody that possibly could offend somebody. And that was what we watch that and looney tunes i watch your tunes. I never epilepsy was telling me to go rape somebody. Yeah i never took it. That way. I can being desperate and funny and katz exactly in debris at the to your point man. George carlin i mean time has shown george carlin in been to be as much profit as a comic you. He nailed a lot of things several decades before before his passing in the world is darker place. Because we don't have him in you know he. George carlin was a big inspiration for me was funny. It was dirty. You know. I heard i heard once that Watching an hbo special. Before george carlin died and it was. It wasn't a lifetime achievement award. It was just a you know. We're honoring george carlin. And which comic did it. He was he was a fairly fairly well. Well-known jim wasn't jimmy kimmel. Buddy said something like a dozen the comedy world. It's is our holy trinity. Is george carlin richard. Pryor and lenny bruce. The rest of us are just congregation in george carlin. He made his living verbally offending people. Okay he he he was out can do it. He was out to use the english language to inspire spot and he was. He was so successful. Obviously he made a very good living doing it. I mean andrew dice. Clay was a shock. I mean go back to his go. Back to his stuff man was banned for an tv in vanden usa before it was before it was fashionable. Just the list goes on and on we stand on the shoulders of those who dared to offend including our our founders and framers of this country and we somehow whine and cry about how. Somebody's feelings are being being hurt because of the color of their skin or become some other opinion that they all well tough. Shit you're offended congratulations. Let's let's pull out of your mouth and let's grow up a little bit. I'm that's true i mean. That's like that artist. Thomas donnellan or donald where he in his fake folk song. He has the verse. You know facts. Don't care about your feelings bench. If you're saying that for years you know the other. The other the other part that he says in that song which is which is jamming. Is that We were watching south park. Our we offended seriously. I mean everything out there and all the sudden well. It's you know all the people that are offended now are honestly the new generations the one that had been taught participation ribbons for everybody and your feelings are hurt. If you don't get a ribbon in field day. Your parents can't punish you anymore because now the educational system has them to automatically think that it is abuse. If you get your ass be for an anti roll. Well i know you guys agree with me because we were all young men once not so long. Well i hate to say how long ago while ago while ago My opinion and don't get me wrong at this obtaining broad strokes obviously we all suffered from testosterone poisoning. We all did a bunch of stupid shit. And i think that the Those lucky enough to have fathers in our lives. That actually did disappoint us. I'll be straight man around the age of twenty five. I figured out that. I deserved beating. I ever got either deserve a lot more. I didn't get the ones that i do get should have been worse okay. Young men need to be need to be taught their place. Okay in no you are not the alpha you are not the alpha yet there are still help is out there that will beat your ass and you know. My dad always told me when. I got when i had an attitude. Ncis son there. Is somebody out there. That is bigger faster stronger than you. And hopefully you don't meet them with your attitude because if you do you're gonna find out the hard way that you ain't demand you think you are and you know those. Those words were were wise. And of course i didn't understand them at the time but obviously the the older i got smart man got that reminds me of a christopher titus little scared he had where he was talking about. You know he turned eighteen. He sees his dad's sitting in the chair or in the on the couch. Head the old man and he walks up and he started talking shit boom and three days later in the hospital over his face again realized that his dad wasn't slow he was just conserving energy. Conserving his energy for different fight. Absolutely absolutely yeah. You know the other whole thing about the apologized for being white and everything. We need to stop this race this critical race theory. Stop trying to everybody that it's horrible to be white in that. They are all slave owners in that. They oh apologies. Everybody between the critical race theory the fucking classes to teach people to be less white. I'm sorry i was born way. I'm gonna be white until i die. I don't know how there's any kind of class to tell me to be less white. I don't see any other any other race having classes on how to be less mexican or Latino or black you know of humidity imagine. Can you imagine the response if if if anyone in the government or anyone as that of a corporation actually said the words we implement training to teach jar employs ought to be less black home. I got somebody yet. Most racist thing in the fucking world is they're trying to tell somebody how to be less race. They are born exactly my regardless of whom you choose your you view your creator to be. We're all for a purpose and the way we are is the way we are and i agree with you burden. I'm not apologizing. Anybody for for for how i look and characteristics with which i was born probably the problem is what do you think should we take a break here and then get into the georgia voter bill. Yes you're thing a midday patriots nation. Stick with this. We're gonna take a disgusting fiscal tori.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on X96
"That's great. It starts with Earth. Great birds, snakes and airplane. Lenny Bruce is not a brain. I have a hurricane. Listen to yourself. Karen works of its own needs stumps of your own speed it up speed front, No street planet with better down there. The government for higher combat side never was coming in a hurry with the tears streaming down your cap. Too much. Reporters Never trump 10 aircraft looking that plane five? Yes, over population coming to save yourself. Serve yourself just into your hungry dummy. Misdirection is the Reverend Wright. Right? Slam fight. Bright green is green site. Let's see the world as we know it. Does the world as we know it. It's me. End of the world as we know it. Anything. I I feel fine Watch TV hour. You got four hour session but return. Listen to yourself, Child looking beautiful, but burning black. Ready, everyone investing laid out of murder shit away. Not again. All right, I'm gonna step down. Step down, watching crushed, crushed up. This means no cattle near reading. Stand there. Tournament tournament Eternity in a flash from sushi in time from the alternate Tonight. Deep fried. It's dumb world knows it's you know, it's funny world. Yeah. Now the other, not a nice continental drift by announcing my letter, Burnside listening cheesecake jelly. Tree. I slammed back, right, right. It's the end of the world as we know it. It's mixed me end of the world as we know it. It's this me on loving way. X 96 classic. Sometimes they'll ask yourself steady or not, Then can we wanna be Johnny Studies? Don't think that anybody, possibly one mark just about it. First of all, Let's say it didn't work, John Three important rules for breaking out. Don't put up breaking up with, you know you want for lying The situation on the nation's worst. Tell him honestly, simply kind of firmly. Don't make a big production. Don't make up elaborate story. This will help you avoid a big future in see if you want to date other people say so be prepared for the Board of Fieldwork rejected even if you've got together from your short time. Have been too serious. There's no feeling of rejection when someone said she prefers the company of others to your exclusive company. But if you're honest and direct and afford, make your flowery emotional speech, when you break the news of the bull respect you for your kindness, and honestly, he'll appreciate the current straightforward manner in which you told him you decision unless he's a red sugar cry baby, The only friend On the floor guy from top to bottom Monster Father child, aren't you? Never last. Good. Gotta shoot shit being attracted. It's important thing there is that you want to catch the biggest fish in your pond. You have to be as attractive as possible. Make sure to keep your hair spotless, clean washing at least every two weeks, once every two weeks. And if you see Johnny football hero in the hall, tell him he played a great game telling me like this article's gonna hurt Starr. I've got my own. I was never did car pop you e making big balls. Bad time teachers. I'm supposed to be supporting one month's limit on going steady. I think it would take people who are able to deal with me in situations and get to know more people. I think if you're ready to go out with Johnny, now is the time to tell him about your one month limit. He won't mind. He'll appreciate your friendship from dating. And once he's dated someone else you get him again. One headlight. We shouldn't be here tonight to find yourself living and breathing. Do you think she was just doing my job? I got my own car pop you out of never get come on. Come on. I'm going to see his path. I think so. Phone bad. Another one had wonder from the nineties. That's not a serve. The song is called popular. Todd knew Come hanging out here. The home I've got my delicious warm cup of coffee. I've got my beagle in the background, barking and near him..
"lenny bruce" Discussed on KCRW
"Hard for a number of reasons. One reason is that we are very far from consensus among the American public about what speech platforms should be taking down, But then beyond that is the point that you raising your question about what once they do set a policy. How can they tell when a new Name or euphemism is in circulation. And part of the answer is that they employ people who are experts and following the research on this, and so hopefully the big platforms who can afford to employ those people are relatively up to date. What about the concern? Some people have that Alcide an old example that someone like Lenny Bruce wouldn't be able to be On the social media platforms. Now, that is absolutely a concern. There's also a risk of the harm from taking down the wrong things falling disproportionately on certain groups, in particular people of color people who are not native English speakers. There are studies showing that when platforms rely on automation to figure out whose speeches hateful They falsely penalize speakers of African American English more than everyone else. So it's not just a speech issue. There's inequality issue. There's also an economic issue with proposing rules that the giant platforms can afford to comply with, But they're smaller competitors cannot let me cash back one last time to what? Jack Dorsey of Twitter Suggested this week and to paraphrase him, he said, We took the step on Lee reluctantly because we really do seek to be a worldwide platform for a free exchange of ideas. All over the world, even ones that some people consider to be offensive. We have to be careful about this because this is the way that some national liberation groups the only way that they can communicate with each other against the dictatorship. I think it's something we all should pay attention to, as we press for more takedowns of bad content, the risk that that will become a mechanism for silencing important public discourse. But also I think they don't want to have to make decisions that will make half of the country very angry with them. Any shift that would let them outsource that decision and point the finger at somebody else as Facebook is doing with the Facebook oversight board, I think they would be very happy to find that are there some dangerous as we become increasingly reliant for these platforms to carry national dialogue? Is that instead of people talking to each other and exchanging different ideas, we're going to have everybody crawl under their favorite platform and exchange only ideas there. Well, that is a risk in particular as we drive hateful speakers off of mainstream platforms where other people can respond to them and disagree with them. Into smaller and more marginalized echo chambers, where they're going to hear only views that agree with there's our views that are more radicalizing. That is one of the costs. Daphne Keller, platform Regulation director at the Stanford Cyber.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Speaking of coded language. Well, it's hard for a number of reasons. One reason is that we are very far from consensus among the American public about what speech platforms should be taking down, But then beyond that is the point that you raising your question about what once they do set a policy. How can they tell when a new Name or euphemism is in circulation. And part of the answer is that they employ people who are experts and following the research on this, and so hopefully the big platforms who can afford to employ those people are relatively up to date. What about the concern? Some people have that Alcide an old example that someone like Lenny Bruce wouldn't be able to be On the social media platforms. Now, that is absolutely a concern. There's also a risk of the harm from taking down the wrong things falling disproportionately on certain groups, in particular people of color people who are not native English speakers. There are studies showing that when platforms rely on automation to figure out whose speeches hateful They falsely penalize speakers of African American English more than everyone else. So it's not just a speech issue. There's inequality issue. There's also an economic issue with proposing rules that the giant platforms can afford to comply with, But they're smaller competitors cannot let me cash back one last time to what? Jack Dorsey of Twitter Suggested this week and to paraphrase him, he said, We took the step on Lee reluctantly because we really do seek to be a worldwide platform for a free exchange of ideas. All over the world, even ones that some people consider to be offensive. We have to be careful about this because this is the way that some national liberation groups the only way that they can communicate with each other against the dictatorship. I think it's something we all should pay attention to, as we press for more takedowns of bad content, the risk that that will become a mechanism for silencing important public discourse. But also I think they don't want to have to make decisions that will make half of the country very angry with, um any shift that would let them outsource that decision and point the finger at somebody else as Facebook is doing with the Facebook oversight board, I think they would be very happy to find that. Are there some dangers as we become increasingly reliant for these platforms to carry national dialogue? Is that instead of people talking to each other and exchanging different ideas, we're going to have everybody crawl under their favorite platform and exchange only ideas there. Well, that is a risk in particular as we drive hateful speakers off of mainstream platforms where other people can respond to them and disagree with them. Into smaller and more marginalized echo chambers where they're going to hear only views that agree with there's our views that are more radicalizing. That is one of the costs. Definitely. Killer platform regulation director at the Stanford.
"lenny bruce" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But there's a risk that they become importers of Chinese speech rolls or Turkish speech rules. How can social media companies and we're posting services moderate. Regulate racist and violent messages when A lot of the people who post them. Speaking a coded language. Well, it's hard for a number of reasons. One reason is that we are very far from consensus among the American public about what speech platforms should be taking down, But then beyond that is the point that you raising your question about what once they do set a policy. How can they tell when a new Name or euphemism is in circulation. And part of the answer is that they employ people who are experts and following the research on this, and so hopefully the big platforms who can afford to employ those people are relatively up to date. About the concern. Some people have that outside an old example that someone like Lenny Bruce wouldn't be able to be On the social media platforms. Now, that is absolutely a concern. There's also a risk of the harm from taking down the wrong things falling disproportionately on certain groups, in particular people of color people who are not native English speakers. There are studies showing that when platforms rely on automation to figure out whose speeches hateful They falsely penalize speakers of African American English more than everyone else. So it's not just a speech issue. There's inequality issue. There's also an economic issue with proposing rules that the giant platforms can afford to comply with, But they're smaller competitors cannot let me cash back one last time to what? Jack Dorsey of Twitter Suggested this week and to paraphrase him, he said, We took the step on Lee reluctantly because we really do seek to be a worldwide platform for a free exchange of ideas. All over the world, even ones that some people consider to be offensive. We have to be careful about this because this is the way that some national liberation groups the only way that they can communicate with each other against the dictatorship. I think it's something we all should pay attention to, as we press for more takedowns of bad content, the risk that that will become a mechanism for silencing important public discourse. But also I think they don't want to have to make decisions that will make half of the country very angry with, um any shift that would let them outsource that decision and point the finger at somebody else as Facebook is doing with the Facebook oversight board, I think they would be very happy to find that are there some dangerous as we become increasingly reliant for these platforms to carry national dialogue? Is that instead of people talking to each other and exchanging different ideas, we're going to have everybody crawl under their favorite platform and exchange only ideas there. Well, that is a risk in particular as we drive hateful speakers off of mainstream platforms where other people can respond to them and disagree with them. Into smaller and more marginalized echo chambers, where they're going to hear only views that agree with there's our views that are more radicalizing. That is one of the costs. Daphne Keller, platform Regulation director at the Stanford Cyber Policy Center. Thanks so much for being with us, thank.
Here's What We're Watching During Quarantine
"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?
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