35 Burst results for "Letterman"

Forced Apologies Are B.S.

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Forced Apologies Are B.S.

"At it. What I don't like is the force apology, where someone writes it for you or society is demanding it, even though we know the guy didn't do that much, you know, we've got to stop going back to old David Letterman interviews with Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton and thinking that everything that everybody ever said needs to be deconstructed and destroyed and the person who said it doesn't need to be heard from anymore. That ain't the way the world should spin. If you look back at Dave let him an interviewing Lindsay Lohan when she was really doing bad things, always walking in and out of court, always breaking laws. Doing drugs being found with cocaine, drinking too much, fucking every guy that walked, losing her career in the process, she demanded that people in this field say the things that were said. It was, it was something that she needed because nobody was throwing cold water on her face. And for many of those interviews, Lindsay Lohan knew how to handle herself. It's a tough chick from Long Island. She would say, you know, we're getting off topic here. I came to talk about a movie. And she'd smile and based on that. Let him do, okay, let me back up. But then he would also ask, again, let me ask you again about the cocaine. And Lindsay would laugh uncomfortably, but it went on. I'm sorry, but that's great

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God Bless Joe Rogan

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

God Bless Joe Rogan

"And God bless Joe Rogan and, you know, I'm not going to make this a political show, but he had a doctor Malone on. And I mean, this is the guy. You need to listen to. I told you about his show last week with another doctor on Rogan's show. And you know, say what you want about Rogan, he makes fun of himself and calls himself a knucklehead, whatever the hell he has people on his show that are talking about things that affect us so directly. It's popular as Johnny Carson was or Jay Leno or David Letterman, nobody has the power that Joe Rogan has. Because everybody wants to go on his show. And when he has people like doctor Malone, say the things they say about this vaccination. And about this virus, it's eye opening an alarming,

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July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:56 min | 1 year ago

July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

"We have some great comedy coming from a comic impressionist from right here. In sacramento guys. Ready right alex rock last year the winner sisters all the way to number one your yard that crazy old land from the david letterman show is the same. Mr larry but melon ars lowered floor. But just i am about pollution control and i like it there for kind of a rowdy kid. When i was young we got way out. We did some crazy things like my mom would come in. We'd be fooling around. You cut out horsely. How long timmy's nailing metal shoes to my feet. Yeah we were riding my brother that got stoned on the weekends. You know and they made excuses for their lack of behavior. Like ask to do things like fred. Let's go to the part. is it free. La

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The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?

One Plus One

02:14 min | 1 year ago

The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?

"On amazon music or with one plus in the days after nine eleven it really did feel like nothing would ever be funny again. Welcome to the late show. This is our first show on the air. Sense of new york and washington were attacked. Even the men on late night had abandoned their post. Then shuffled back. One by one cowed by their lack of words to describe what had happened. Letterman came. I watching all of this. I wasn't sure of that. I should be doing a television show because for for twenty years we've been in in the city making fun of everything making fun of the city making fun of my hair making fun of paul well. Conan came the next night. I will be very honest with you. I have no idea how to do what we've been doing. I know i have no idea how we're going to get back to doing this again. That's how we all feel. And then jon stewart two nights later. I was a producer on the daily show. Then standing just offstage with the rest of the staff feeling like someone had pulled the parking brake at full speed. Our senses of humor had dropped right out of the bottom of the car. So we're we're gonna take a break. And i'm going to stop slobbering on myself in the desk and we're going to get back to this and it's gonna be fun and funny and it's going to be the same as it was and i thank you. We'll be right back. I just assumed well. We can't do humor todd. Hanson was the head writer at the satirical newspaper the onion at the time. Everyone on the staff assumed that and so we cancelled it and we just went dark and of course who cares. It's just comedy right. But here's the problem the onion isn't just a scrappy. College comedy thing anymore. They have financial backers they have payroll. They have add biased fulfil hell. They still have to pay. They might be giants. They can't just stop printing whenever they want. They have to put there next issue. A whole newspaper full of

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Barack Obama Celebrates 60th Birthday After Reducing Guest List Due to COVID

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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"letterman" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"letterman" Discussed on Bobbycast

"There. This is all very well thought out. It's been processed over thirty years to like really home in on and figured out. I put stay always depends if there's a bunch of fans and they have so many requests that i don't end up playing stay that's fine but i am really aware of it I remember early on when i played. Cbgb's and i remember my drummer home. Still friends with now. He was my drummer at the time he was like. I can't believe we have to play. Stay and i'm like that's one of the songs like you know. It's like one of every other song. It happened to get really really really popular right now but there are people driving in from new jersey and stuff to like c. f. Play that song we got to play the song I understand being a music. Fan myself. If i go see hall and oates which isn't old example but if i go see hall and oates i want to play rich girl. I wanted underplay kiss on my list. I want them to play those songs. You know like i respect the fan. Who knows that song. And that's it. And i know that it's again. It's like that grandma perspective. You see people really enjoy. They have a really close connection with it. And it's a song. I'm very proud of so. I play it. I play about halfway through the set because early on when i was doing a lot of radio show on. The song was really popular like outdoor radio shows whereas a bunch of different artists. If we played it early in the set people would just walk away. I'm like oh my god. Usually play seeded theaters now. So it's not an issue people. Don't get leave. But i do. Love giving people a hard time who do get up and get a beer during during the middle of my set. I'm like how can a person get up in the middle of a theater. Show to go get a snack or whatever and then they come back in and they request say later in the set. I usually request unlike a when you got up to leave. That's when i play. But anyway so i play. Stay in the middle. I usually play my song. I do at the end which was also like a top forty hit and then i usually start the set with something upbeat and i missed new songs in old songs and songs that i have stories about an song therapy and i also have a usually a few kids songs. I play in my grown upset. I usually place them. Requests as well. But i try to mix it up because you can kind of feel the crowd their engagement. Unusually i to have different categories for songs in my head and i like to split them up so that you kinda you get a good again. A good range from the beginning to the end. You don't feel like you're hearing some concerts. I go to. I'm like are they still playing the same song. Like what's what's happening. Replaying david letterman. I looked it up. It was nineteen ninety-four. Because i was a huge dave letterman fan. He was my hero and i was a huge huge fan of yours. Do you remember what it was like playing that show and dave actually coming over afterward and like being like. Hey how are you going to seem like he was a big fan. Well that's an interesting thing to. I was a huge fan of letterman. I joined his fan club. When i was a kid. I signed up for the fan club in the back of rolling stone magazine. I think i did it too. Because i love kitchen steph. In like he sent out a flyswatter and mike. All this weird david letterman staff was like the via david letterman fan club until it was really exciting beyond a show. I felt very like minded with david letterman. I have. I like having a dry sense of humor and i just have been a big fan of like father And i don't know like gotta a lot of different comedians. So when i went on the show i felt like i hope this is so cool. You know and and it was really cold there. We didn't speak to letterman at all. He didn't speak to us. And we played and it was like a big deal you know and at the end i was being coy an clayton and he came over to say. Thank you so much and i like. I pet him on that show like i would like to pet him like that. You know if this is. Here's a water glass. Later found out. They thought it put a sticker on him and they never asked me to come back. No way after i heard that was the story. I was like what one i know. And i'm friendly with like the producer of the show and unfriendly with the ban. Will all those guys in the band. And i was like this is so weird. Because you know you go on conan conan's a person you have a conversation with tammy's like a a person really mattering letterman didn't act like a person to me and i was so sad about that because you know we are huge fans right there. Some people you meet like sandler. He's a person you like. You have a conversation with him. But letterman still. I'm still waiting for the day. When i can like have a conversation with him and understand on. You know. I've heard that from quite a few people who have done that. Show where you don't meet him he might come over. And it's very cold and then you just go away. It's i mean the sticker thing. I've never heard that story before. The the part about going on and have not coming over and giving you a big hug or jay leno jay. We'll go over but when he was doing that. Show jimmy fallon with the dressing room. Every time say hey you doing good to see you like ask. How's your mom and dad like if he'd met them before like he had ever his prep. You know he knew But letterman you know it's hard you know showbiz like like meeting people who they are versus. Who their persona is you know. See on tv. You're like we could be friends. We should be friends because we have the sense of humor. And you know. I listen to bob and ray growing up i bet letterman listened to bob and ray growing up and like we have the same sense of humor. And then you don't actually even you meet shaking hands or when they're speaking to you. They're not like they're speaking to you like we're speaking to each other right now to be on talk show and the person's not actually connecting and speaking to you it's weird and then never resolved itself. Yeah i mean weird. That's weird listening. He can connect. I would love to connect all three of us we just get in a room and and and have stashed out. Switching to gyco is a good idea especially when you consider everything first off geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available twenty four seven online or over the phone. If it's so easy you might start thinking everything is easy even big wave surfing and it's not actually quite difficult. Well if you switch to geico you could save hundreds on car insurance and you could keep saving by bundling your motorcycle and rv plus your home. Renter's insurance saving money might lead you to make some questionable purchases like a twenty foot feather boa and do you know how hard it is to clean. A twenty foot thorough. 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Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies Through Software Supplier Kaseya

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies Through Software Supplier Kaseya

"Again? Another ransomware attack, hitting the supply chain in the U. S just hours before the beginning of this holiday weekend. It's affecting hundreds of businesses. Rachel Letterman, who covers breaking News and technology for The Washington Post, joined us earlier about this latest cyberattack a little bit unclear what exactly has happened, But basically, it seems At a ransomware attack is affecting this I T tool that's used by many different companies to kind of manage their networks. And getting him through these I T confirms that they work with and then locking down systems within hundreds of companies. That's what we're seeing from researchers so far. What's the name of the company that offers up this tool and what could potentially happen? Could hackers access these other companies with this tool itself? Yes, that was made by Cassia and the tour itself is called the Say it manages Cos I T And the concern is that if hackers can get in through this tool and then crawl their way into the company's other systems and lock those down, that could be really widespread right now. It's unclear how far the Attackers have gotten. We just know that they were hearing from researchers that they've hit eight of these companies that kind of manage I T for other firms. And then researchers are saying they've seen hundreds of companies so far have some of their system starts to get locked down. Now, what are they telling the affected companies to do? They want the effective companies to turn off their servers that run this BS? A tool So to say, I came out and said, You know, if you have a V s a server shut it off now because one of the first things these Attackers can do is lock out the admin. So if you're still able to get in and shut it down,

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Crazy Quincy Jones Lies About Elvis

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Crazy Quincy Jones Lies About Elvis

"Quincy Jones is at it again. Look, the guys are hell of a producer and a ranger. I enjoyed the documentary I watched on him not too long ago. He was done everything. He used to write, he's the range music for Sinatra at 20 bucks a song. That he's made some millions with Michael Jackson. He's amazing. But we know the guy's nuts. We know he's nuts. He was interviewed recently for GQ. And if you remember the last interview, the last time they let him loose, he said that Marlon Brando fucked Richard Pryor. He just went on. And then they corralled him. His daughter's around dad. Stop saying that shit. So he apologized. But now he's back. And the GQ writer asked him if he ever worked with Elvis. And Quincy said, nope, I wouldn't work with him. Why not? They said, and he said, well, I was writing for Tommy Dorsey. Bob, back in the 50s, and Elvis came in and Tommy said, I don't want to play with him. He was a racist motherfucker. I'm going to shut up now, but every time I saw Elvis, he was being coached by Otis Blackwell, the man who wrote the song don't be cruel and Otis would tell Elvis how to sing. Meanwhile, not that Quincy Jones would care, but Otis Blackwell told David Letterman in 1987 that he and Elvis Presley had never met doesn't stop doesn't stop Quincy from telling a good story. So in that interview, Quincy claimed that Dorsey wouldn't let Elvis play with the band because, quote, that motherfucker couldn't see. But as we know, that's not true. If Elvis was a racist, you know, he probably he probably would have rolled over in his grave to see his daughter marry Michael

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‘Dr. Beach’ Says Hawaii Shoreline Is 2021’s Best in US

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

‘Dr. Beach’ Says Hawaii Shoreline Is 2021’s Best in US

"The scientists known as Dr beach has recommendations for folks looking to hit the sand and leave their pandemic blues behind professor Stephen Leatherman a coastal scientist known as Dr beach says the sandy stretch of how puna beach state park on the west side of whites Big Island ranks number one in his review of the best beaches in the U. S. for twenty twenty one let them in because the beach in a way sis he says the black lava everywhere around it makes the sand look extra white leather and uses data from the EPA to great beaches on water quality and has been to all of the beaches on his list other top spots include coopers beach in Southampton New York Ocracoke island in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and Saint George island state park a quiet barrier island in the Florida panhandle letterman home since thirty eighth annual list will encourage people to get out I'm Jennifer king

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The Host: The Story of Late Night TV

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

01:45 min | 1 year ago

The Host: The Story of Late Night TV

"Night feed island. When i was really young. I began by listening to late night. Shows from bedroom down the hole in my house in brooklyn. My dad would be up late watching and laughing. I can still hear that laughter. Dad was a big fan of steve allen. Who started the whole thing on. Nbc's tonight show in the nineteen fifties. Steve allen has had a huge influence on all the late night hosts who followed especially with the wild stunts used to try like diving into a tub jello. Continued doing stuff like that david. Letterman once famously jumped against a wall wearing a velcro suit. Dad got a lot of laughs. Out of things like alan covering himself in teabags and jumping into a pool then he got a different kind of laugh from the next tonight host. Jack parr who conversation and wit in hollywood one day. You're putting your footprints in cement. The next day nixing it and then came the king. When i was very very young might first memories are watching johnny carson. That's the voice of one of tv's latest and freshest late night hosts amber ruffin and him. Having the coolest delivery i've ever seen a year in which america spent two hundred billion dollars on defense and that was just for condoms that coolness unmatched

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New York Radio Host Fired After Racist Comment

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

New York Radio Host Fired After Racist Comment

"Radio host for a New York rock station has been fired after making a racist joke. On the air. Rob Letterman and Buffalo was swiftly terminated. After his comments Wednesday. Letterman and his two co host, We're Doing a bit about making toast, We started comparing toaster settings to the skin tone of famous black women,

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"letterman" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"letterman" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Mad about a cruel joke. Sarah silverman made about her at the two thousand seven. Mtv awards and she's also not letting david letterman off the hook for grilling her during an interview that same year. Take a look at this. How'd you like being in jail. Have your friends treated you differently. Since you've been out of the slammer. I've moved on with my life. So i don't really wanna talk about it and i heard that to make her feel like more comfortable in prison. The guards are gonna paint the bars to look like penises. Who i'll let me tell you as a comedian. Yes this is what the problem was. She was in the audience. Usually you crack jokes about people that are not sitting there. She is sitting right there. So if there's an extra cruelty right there because everyone stood you tell joe. Everyone does this to reaction crazy. Look right at you. And i. I think sarah went a too far but maybe that was in her younger days as a comic and maybe she didn't know she was an audience. I'm hoping and david letterman another comic. You gotta understand as a comic. They wanna get the job more than worrying about your feelings. But i think david david letterman's situation. He invited her on to go on his talk. Show and i definitely understand. Hey you just went to jail fresh out. You're coming sit on my on my talk show so we have to talk about it. But i think what happened was david letterman us. All eight minutes and fifty eight seconds to grill her about this thing where she was down for the first two minutes. She was like okay. I know i. I did this. I know we gotta talk about it. Let's do it. But when he got to three minutes and thirty five seconds. I was like all right. This girl's obviously uncomfortable. Enough is enough. And she said something to him three or four times and just as an interviewer. I feel as though it's just common courtesy respect when they're saying like we're we're talking about something else right now you talk about something else right now but he is a comic and he knows when to push the button to no wants a cop. You're a comic. I make it that moment but once a comic you can't turn that off it as a comedian. Even if they put you in a seat in a nice suit would audience once you get that bug. And they're laughing. Some comedians can't stop but when she said at the commercial break paris hilton said. Please stop please. don't do this anymore. In the commercial break as a human being. He should've probably said okay. I got my jokes off. I think it was just like only stop. But i think when you are comic and you take a job at network like this and you're on tonight show. I definitely understand that. The instinct is there but as a comedian. You ain't got a legal department and you ain't got standards and practices but has the host of a late night show. You have standards and practices that tells you. Pr department that says. Will you need a pipe down this on the twenty four years old and i will say look. I've always said you know. I hate when people start wanting apologies for other people down for that but paris hilton is saying i felt a certain type away. This is where. I was in my feelings at the time. And i think you should apologise. Yeah that's a whole different. Wanna put on the record there. I guess david apologized. After the appearance he sent her a case of wine But you know. I guess you know at least apologize so at least he did. I don't know if it was genuine. Because it's funny. Because i feel as though whenever you do an apology like that. It's it's interesting because to me. i would be like. Thank you for the apology. But i know if you had to do it over again. Would you have done anything different or would you feel like you should have the next night. When he came on his show today. You know welcome. Let me apologize. Is paris hilton on last night. And i just wanna make a public apology. I went too far parasites on. We'll come back thank you know. I think he should say look. Here's an open invitation. I'm gonna use eight minutes. And fifty eight seconds of this time to apologize to you and talk about what i did you on that show because david letterman a whole different person. Yeah his new show on netflix. It's not about the comedic moment. It's more about the person to person interaction and talking about people's lives. So i think if you wanna apologize and you want to make this right. I have paris on that show. Abbas sit down conversation. What about sarah silverman. She's yet ever politics like she should. That's what she was doing. Stand up and you were in the audience. I think parents need to go here. L. on that and to get let that one go it happens. Comedians talk about people all the time she was in the audience. Hurt villain. i think. Get your policy from david. You're in the spotlight. This is what happens. Yeah no all right fair enough okay. Mediums take it. That's that's that's a gym right there. They're like oh thank you. You're paying there's going to be my best jokic. Still ahead you guys. The bachelor serena p is here. She is talking about last night's women tell all her break up with matt.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Slammed by Piers Morgan

Daily Pop

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Slammed by Piers Morgan

"Piers morgan just called harry and meghan embarrassing in hypocritical. Get ready for some drama. Y'all okay oprah's upcoming interview with. Harry and meghan is not sitting. Well with mr pierce. He is slamming them in the daily mail asking if they truly want privacy. Why are they doing all these huge. Tv interviews and dishing dirt on their family. Peers was also not impressed with the harry. James corden interview. Listen to it all. He said on good morning

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"letterman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"letterman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fitting that we were just listening to Britney Spears. Oops. I did it again. Because I've been I mean, you know, Listen, it's on the top of everybody's brain. Every A lot of people have been talking after this framing Britney Spears documentary was released on the who lose about Britney Spears and how she was sort of create, like the crisis that we found her in. Was kind of ah, creation of our own making, And, you know, certainly the media played apartment and one of the people who came under fire for it was Diane Sawyer for the way that she framed. Britney Spears in an old interview. And last night I was thinking like, I wonder how What other celebrities we may have framed in this way. Where we sort of were served up an image of who they were through interviews through stories. Well, yeah, all of them. But I was wondering like who's gonna be the next one that we actually are are confronted with right that we get, like the actual presentation of Look what you did here. Look what we did to this celebrity, and this morning. I saw that Lindsay Lohan and David Letterman were trending for 2013 interview when Lindsay Lohan was on the Making the rounds to promote scary movie five and she sat down on the couch at David Letterman. No she was facing. I believe a court ordered, um, stint in rehab in 2013. There was a date on the calendar that she was to check into rehab. And, um, and you know she was there to promote a movie, But David Letterman wanted to focus on the fact that she was headed to rehab. And in this interview, you will hear and we won't play the whole thing. But the Internet has done the job of editing it together. And so that you kind of see Moments where he won't let it go, and she's trying to get off of the track. To promote the movie that she's there to promote, and it's clear that she was not given any heads up about this. This subject matter. So let's just listen to a little bit of this interview between David Letterman. On his show, and Lindsay Lohan, a Z guest. Yeah. Now, aren't you supposed to? Aren't you supposed to be in rehab now? Not watch anything that goes on tablets under. Here's one second I was under the May 2nd. Yes, but how long we'd be in rehab three months. Many times. Have you been in rehab? Several And what? How will this time be different? What did they rehabbing? First of all, what is on their list?.

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Britney Spears: 2007 video of Craig Ferguson refusing to mock singer goes viral

Donna and Steve

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Britney Spears: 2007 video of Craig Ferguson refusing to mock singer goes viral

"Also trending on Twitter today because a 2007 monologue of his has been unearthed where the former host of the late late show says comedy shouldn't be about attacking the vulnerable and he in that monologue went on to say like I'm not gonna I'm not going to make fun of Britney Spears anymore. She's a baby. She's 25. She's got two young kids and even mentioned on Nicole Smith as well saying like We shouldn't have been doing this. We shouldn't have been making these jokes and he said My aim was off and I'm gonna redirect. We need to be targeting the powerful and the You know those who need the accountable. That's what If you're gonna take shot in comedy, that's who you should be taking shots at. Not these people struggling. I was thinking the same thing Steve when I was watching the Anna Nicole Smith 2020 special last Friday. Well, it's just so gross. You you can clearly see that this woman is struggling. Right? You can. You can just hear it in her speech. You You can just see it. And then here's Letterman making doing a top 10 about her. Then there's Jay Leno. Um, you know, just It's just it's kind of icky. But yet I understand coming from a comedian standpoint, you know any nothing should be off limits. But I think as a human being sometimes you kind of have to take a look. It Your material and what you're doing.

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Building a Grassroots Movement From Scratch

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Building a Grassroots Movement From Scratch

"Two thousand and four memoir guidebook called looking for a few good mom's how one mom rallied a million others against the gun lobby earned her the could spoil award from oprah. The book was also cited by the atlantic in two thousand eight as one of the best books on female leadership in two thousand fifteen her daily beast essay. How to organize. The mother of all protests led to a nationwide grassroots effort. The following year called the concert across america to end gun violence in which she served as co chair also in two thousand sixteen co produced and co directed the award winning documentary five a week about the women of louisiana who reform the state's domestic violence laws by getting the nra to stand down over the years. She's promoted gun violence prevention and grassroots activism in hundreds of media outlets including meet the press face the nation the today show and the nbc nightly news in addition to her activism. Donna has spent most of her professional career in new york city at the cbs network. On its communications team. She has represented numerous high profile talent. Including dan rather david letterman and bob schieffer. I'm also joined by sheikha hamilton. She is currently the national organizing and chapter development manager for the brady campaign to prevent gun by violence. She's been working on the issue of gun violence prevention since the year. Two thousand one while living in detroit at the time she helped organize million mom march the largest protests against gun violence in the us history until two thousand eighteen in the march for our lives. She's worked on this issue every day. Since then held various roles from chapter leader the state chapter president to the first elected million mom march leader elected to the brady campaign board of trustees to the national spokesperson for the million mom march. Rally to renew the assault weapons ban. She has also appeared on cnn msnbc and a host of media outlets. She is a licensed attorney in california and michigan. Her boots are on the ground and she has worked for decades to pass gun control legislation in her home. State worth noting all of those credentials. Both of you donna. And she thank you for having to stone who anka joan. So we've all sat in front of tv news and seeing the horrors of gun violence. We can rattle off the names. Columbine sandy ok- oklahoma city. Pulse las vegas and those literally just came off the top of my head in a hot second. Some of us gas cry others write checks. Many don't do much of anything. I'd really like to hear what you believe. It takes to get off the couch and do something can start with donna. And then she got great well. I didn't really have foot. Spur right off the bat. It took me about a week to actually hall cap without police to get an application to march on washington i. I tried to volunteer of one of the many noble and fabulous gun violence prevention nonprofits in our existed. But what. I didn't realize at the time that they get death. Threats constantly get harassing phone calls and so there are a lot of. It's very hard to reach our back. Then you know one of these nonprofits. So i tried for about a week to volunteer and i got very frustrated or mike okay. Here's a problem. I know there must be lots of people just like me who wanna volunteer and they have nowhere to go. I did what i think. A lotta women. Do i picked up the phone. And i called women friends and i said i applied for permit to march on washington and i need of your help and get it was on a seven day says from being outraged by that shooting to actually plans to the permanent. So i i wanna put a pin in and come back to something. You said that. I want my listeners to really attend to. Which is that. Donna tried to reach out to nonprofit organization. Say hey i'm here. I'm outraged and i'm available and i wanna help and i'm not sure. The donna is the only person that has had an experience like that she got. What did it take for you to say. I've had enough. I want to do something about this. Well i i know i feel like it's a build up I grew up in california where there were a lot of shootings right back in the eighties and early nineties. And i didn't do anything about i. Stockton schoolyard shooting. There was a law firm shooting right across from where i worked. I didn't do anything. I was a young mom holding my baby when columbine happened at endure anything but then that mother instinct kicked in when i saw little blip on the news saying million moms are marching in dc. I called up my friend who worked for my congresswoman and said what are you going to do about it. And then i went to the million mom march website in. This is the key thing i went there. It was very simple. It said the problem and the solutions and how to get involved. I emailed the purse. I it just email. I emailed and would i don't know maybe in an hour i got a response and they asked me to come to a meeting. Me was like that i was

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Did Alec Baldwin Know about Hilaria?

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

08:37 min | 1 year ago

Did Alec Baldwin Know about Hilaria?

"Did alec baldwin really know and i. I don't really know. I really. I think i think he's a weird guy You know he was awful to kim bassey basing her his wife he was. You know awful to the daughter. When she was about thirteen is the famous. You know voice message that he left her. They were going through very very contentious divorce. And a lot of lawyers involved a lot of custody battles between alec and kim. And i think it was about thirteen and i think either she flaked on their time alone or didn't wanna go over to the dad's house which happens a lot when kids are about that age and their parents are separated and he left her. The message saying your little pig. And i guess kim did submit it in her divorce findings and it went public. And i mean there's even a youtube video of door the explorer like with the voice of it. I remember my sons went saw. It went very viral since then ireland. A very pretty girl also very popular and instagram. She is an adult now. kim has really not been acting. I haven't seen her in much. She's sixty seven years old. I did not realize that she was actually older than alec But i don't know what she's up to but when this story broke down a couple days after christmas who was the girlfriend. That is like kim coming over with a bottle of wine and let us fuck and talk even if she didn't care about hillary under five kids and that you know because obviously she was nicer daughter ireland. But there's just got to be some satisfaction in knowing that your ex husband's wife is been proven to be full of shit as far as this still doesn't mean she's not a nice person. A charitable person. But this is weird in a nutshell. She grew up in boston. She went to high school here. Her parents are white her. She's relatives all the way from like the revolutionary war or whatever. There is no spanish in her blood at all. The dad got into teaching some spanish studies. The data and the mom who are still married moved to spain in two thousand and eleven. And i think the brother might have gone there as well and visited or whatever and she went on in so many interviews so many things to say that her family lives in spain so in one interview. They're like now wait. What happens like i came here. I came here when i was nineteen to go to school at nyu. And the two female interviewers are like. Oh from spain yes. My family lives in spain. now. She didn't say i was born in spain and then she tried to say in correcting that when she didn't think it was going to be a big deal like the first day this broke. She did an instagram Tv like right to camera and then she took it down and that's when she said What i meant was. I moved from boston to nyu when i was nineteen because all these people went to high school with hillary in boston so i thought that was really interesting now. They met her and alec met. According to. everything's been researched. Is he walked into a restaurant. New york was there and she was there and she was speaking perfect spanish to a waiter and he said i must tell you and she said you must know me now. I think he just was like loved that little sexy spanish. You know much like a selma hayek. Who was his love. Interest in thirty rock for in two thousand eight two thousand and nine. He met hillary in two thousand and eleven. And i think that just was kinda like hot. It's like it's like the couple. Let's see we're here. They are getting married. I'm looking on my youtube for those of you. That like to watch on youtube all the photos from their wedding and she kept very much with the spanish theme. She has this long traditional spanish. Veil that covers your head. It's very you know it's from that type of style and they. I think they had a spanish speaking priest. They found eight. Spanish church catholic church in in new york to get married in and she did interviews forty people from my family over from spain so it was crazy. You can imagine how crazy it was with the spaniards here. Well those people are just people that live in their vacation home that like retired there and came over and then she said oh my god and my relatives there like how do we say your new. New name is baldwin baldwin. They don't their spanish. They don't know how to save baldwin. I mean it just continues on alec. Baldwin goes on david letterman and starts imitating his wife spanish accent and he goes and it's not being racist because she is from spain and she you know and so he's doing he's playing into it and i just think people sitting back loved it and the more that they loved it and encourage it. I think he just went along with it. I don't know that he ever really asked her about her high school life. He might be one of those guys. That doesn't really ask. I don't know. I ask a lot of questions. But you know. I just interviewed emily simpson from real housewives of o see and. She said she's never really asked her husband about his mormonism and they've been together twelve years so i don't know how other couples work but i think he loved the package so kelly just said what do you think when he met the parents and they didn't have an accent. I don't know that he really cared to get to know the parents a lot of you know there. He's an older guy. He has his wife. She's popping out babies. She's really sweet to him. She's down to boehner many time she can whip up a nice meal. I dunno and you know he has to. He's one of these guys that works a lot and he kind of has to. I don't think he's enormously wealthy as a star you know. He needs to take the. He does like a show with celebrity. Some game show. I forgot the name of it to the truth or to tell the truth. I don't know what it and he said. I take paycheck like i. There's jobs i take straight up. I need the paycheck. I've got you know six kids including ireland. And you know home in the hamptons home in new york i think he has really expensive lifestyle and But i think he totally loves and loves what she was. and i don't know i just. I don't know that. I think she was kind of used to presenting herself. Like that was starting to get into it and then like on their first date you know she said oh for the first five weeks we just held hands and then you know five months into the relationship. We got an apartment together and so it's just fascinating. I want to see a movie made about this. I really do of when do you go. When do i stop. Or for some people like madonna. Who picked up an english accent. When she was living in england did she just become so used to it that she kind of forgot her old way of speaking. Like if i had to do an impression of drew barrymore war. I could do her for an entire week and then i could. I do for a month. Yeah could do for year. Probably and then. Maybe i'll just forget if it was part of my life if i had to do this just like when somebody became becomes an actor in a really intense movie. They sometimes say i'm not going to get out of this character the entire three months. I'm doing this movie. I'm going to be like this one. It's break time at lunch. I'm gonna. That's what i'm gonna do because that's how i do it so i don't know it just fascinating and then at first ireland defended her and i'm so sick of people bullying you know and being cruel. What do you care and stay at people's lives. You don't know well. I think it's one thing to be an actor and you put yourself out there as an actor but in this day and age. If you're an actor or television personality that also goes and makes a huge presence on instagram. Then i really think you cannot bitch because if you're going to open your life on instagram if you're going to profit from instagram than people do know you those nine hundred thousand people that follow you do feel like they know you and they feel deceived

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Interview With Dr Bradley Onishi

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dr Bradley Onishi

"I listen to several podcasts. Every week and it is especially a thrill. When i can bring onto host of one of the podcasts that i listen to on a regular basis because i feel like i know this person already but we've never had a conversation in this case. It's actor bradley. She he's the associate professor of religion at skidmore college. Which i look where that was bred as like you must be snowed in spirit man. I'm here in southern california for california boy whose deaths from maui. This is not my native environment so well a little bit of your background. You actually went to zoos. The pacific university. Which is right down the road from where i live where you got your be in philosophy and always wonder you know when a undergraduate majors flossy where they planning to end up. You ended up getting a master's in philosophical theology at oxford. And then you did. Some time in france doing postgraduate work in philosophy. And then finally you finish up at the university of california. Santa barbara doing your piece de and religious studies. I just want. It's tell my listeners. If you ever enjoy some of the conversations i get into on this podcast. With my guest that crosses over into this post evangelical political sort of realm. The person feeding me. Most of my information is now my guest on the show. That's kind now thank you. That's flattering thank you can. Let's start with your story. Because i think what set you up. Not just as an academic to have such a substantive take on what's been going on during the trump years before trump years where we're going to go after the trump years is also not just rooted in your research but it's it's based in your own life so tell us a little bit about that. Yeah i let me just say thank you for that flattering introduction and just. It's it's an honor to be here. So i've been looking forward to this for a long time and i'm really grateful so you know for me i. I grew up in north orange county. My father's japanese-american my mother's white woman from tennessee. And they met in the middle He's from hawaii and we grew up. Your belinda placentia fullerton area. I did not grow up religious. My dad was was culturally. Buddhist is what i would say he. He mowed the lawn. At the buddhist temple on maui in inkatha louis he. He went to japanese school there. But when i was thirteen and ask them about what it meant to be a buddhist to give me a book and i read it and i thought after i read it he would discuss it and i realized later. He gave it to me because he didn't know anything that was in it. He just didn't want to have me ask questions about what it meant to be a buddhist at fourteen. I had a very extreme conversion at a evangelical mega church and a conversion meant that i went from the kid who was hanging out with other teenagers behind the movie theater. Smoking and drinking and doing that kind of stuff to within months standing in front of the movie theater asking people if they knew my savior the lord. Jesus christ and if they knew where their so would be return ity. Tell us a little bit about how that dramatic conversion took place. I was invited to wednesday night. Bible study at rose drive friends church. rose drive is part of that network of quaker churches that richard nixon grew up in so i i was invited to that church by a girlfriend and i thought you know i'm fourteen. There's not a lot of ways to see your girlfriend on a with night off to pragmatist and there's no way mom can say no to this. If i want to go to church she's gonna say yes. So let's do it. This is a great plan She dumped me very quickly but that youth group became my second home. I found there what you would find in the ninety s at youth groups all over the place. Young cool hip leaders. They had tattoos. They played the guitar. We have a lot of fun games. The bible messages weren't boring and all of a sudden the existential angst. I had about the meaning of life and the depression that i faced throughout my entire childhood. I found answers found solutions to my condition. In jesus in god and so a very quickly i went from a kid probably hanging around folks who are going down the wrong direction drugs and alcohol and other stuff too when my mom asked me what i wanted for christmas on my When i was sixteen. I asked her how much she was gonna spend. She told me i said mom. I want you to give me that money. And i'm going to buy as many pamphlets and tracts and bibles as i can for people in nepal and i'm going to send them there because that's what's important and that's why how we should be using our money. Now i gotta ask you bread. Did your parents on the one hand. I'm sure they're going well. This is nice. He's not hanging around with those bad people anymore. The water bozos right. Okay right these these these yoga right but but at the same time is dislike. Did our son just joined a cult. So it's exactly what you said. For mom. there was times. I think she was relieved. But you know when your son is saying. Hey i don't buy me letterman's jacket for the basketball team. Send the money to nepal for bibles. I think she kinda wish. I was back to the guy getting caught with the kid. Smoking pot again. I mean she was kind of like. This is a little extreme. It was a lot harder for my dad. My dad's japanese-american guy. He grew up in the cradle of asian american. You know Communities on maui. His life was in the buddhist temple even though he he really didn't wasn't a practicing buddhist so for me to join a mega church especially church. That was ninety percent. White was really hard for him and it took a lot of convincing to let me go to the wednesday night. Bible study or the retreat or the youth group party or whatever.

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"letterman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"letterman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Time. For me came down there when I was single at the end of the night, and the lights came on in the bar. It's just you know, you trying my best with the chick that didn't really act very interested in me. But you know, it's right place. Right time lights come on, She shrugs. Her shoulders, rolls arrives and goes. Come on. Yes, Grudgingly. Yes, right place right time. It could have been anybody else standing where I was standing in the right place. Right time Got her. PK down any right place right time. Why don't know if I've told you guys this story before, but me meeting John Sena for the very first time was kind of a right place at the right time. I got to drink the PBR with him. I mean, that doesn't get any cooler in that right. You've got to drink a beer with John seen it just because you were at the bar. I just happened to be there The night that he was I had. This is Honest truth. I had no idea he was going to be at our killer. Roy's right here. Downtown Indy. I just happened to walk right in their solemn He already knew who I was because I met him earlier in the night and then bam, right place. Right time PDR history in the making place. The word met with bug He bugged. Johnson already knew it was I was bugging him earlier in the night, man. I'm trying to think. Do you have any, I guess. I went to a taping of the late show with David Letterman and that was a big Letterman kid. Growing up went to ball state or Dave went to ball state,.

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"letterman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"letterman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A man I'm trying to think. Do you have any? I guess when I went to a taping of the late show with David Letterman Now is big Letterman kid Growing up went to ball state or Dave went to ball state, So I made the pilgrimage. I got tickets wouldn't solve the show had my ball state sweatshirt on and at the end of the show, I see Dave point at me any points to an time the drummer and Dave walks off stage where I thought we were just looking at my sweatshirt. Anton brings the drumsticks over to me and said, Dave said to give these to you. So I thought that was pretty cool. I got the drum cool from the late show with David Letterman. So let's open it up. 239 93 93. Tell us your stories of being in the right place at the right time. Whether it's something cool happened to you. Maybe you save somebody right place right time. 239 93 93 think it's awesome. Cameron Nigel Show 93. W I. B. C Okay, so tomorrow, So when have you been in the right place at the right time? The question we put out there on the hammer, Nigel Show on Nigel. Jason Hammer is here. If you help somebody ever been the recipient of a prize met somebody famous just right place right time was able to do something cool, I guess. Well. Last night, I was getting my kids happy meals. McDonald's some father of the year and I really care about the nutrition of my kids on I saw the lady in front of me like she was paying or look like she was paying. But then she just kind of pulled off to the side of the parking lot instead of pulling up to get her food. So I pulled up and I paid for my happy meal like, hey, By the way, what happened? What's with his lady over here is just kind of pulled off. The kid was like as she didn't have any money. She ran out of money, so she's trying to get some money and I can pay for it. So I gave it there is like nine or 10 bucks. And I'm not saying that to brag or anything like that. I'm just you know, that was kind of the right. But maybe she was in the right place at the right time, actually, right, And to fully understand the greatness of that story, you're the cheapest guy a lot for her to receive. Anything purchased from you Is anything short of a miracle? Nine bucks? It would have been 12 bucks. Sorry. Deal breaker. Go hungry. Let's go to Tim.

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Episode 67:  the Million Mom March-- Continuing it's Legacy 20 Years Later

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Episode 67: the Million Mom March-- Continuing it's Legacy 20 Years Later

"So Donna I want to start with you. Can you talk to our listeners? I know you're going to have to be brief about it. But tell our listeners what prompted you to begin the million mom, March, what was the million mom, March you off and can you take us through your journey? Sure. Well, it was August 10th 1999 typical vacation day on Fire Island. I was with my daughters who were four and five years old that summer they had also gone to a JCC day camp in New Jersey and never what I dreamed that suddenly I would be frightened that they would be targets off from a white supremacist on that day a white supremacist storm to JCC Day Camp, Granada Hills, California. He opened fired on Little Campers and fortunately none of the kids dog. But they suffered great injuries, including a sixteen-year-old day camp counselor and my world changed at that moment at the time. I was a part-time publicist for Late Show with David Letterman. I felt like, you know, I have time to do something serious like volunteer to do PR for gun violence prevention organization. And and really the only one I knew of and usually get through to was was called handgun control Inc then but for purpose of this podcast, I'm calling it by its since rebranded name since 2001 the Brady organization, so I called Grady but I filled a volunteers and it was very hard to volunteer at that particular moment because Congress had just a few weeks before failed to close the gun-show loophole that was exposed when Columbine happened. That's how those Shooters got their guns through a loophole. And so there was a lot of discouragement in the basic. I was told but we still tell people who call your cock. Spend and I was embarrassed that I hadn't actually called my congressman at all since becoming a mother and you know, I knew the number by heart because I had worked on Capitol Hill for years right out of college. So I know the importance of making your voice heard and I even understood the importance when like five women would sit out in our reception area five women used to terrify my boss US senator Russell long. He thought five women sitting out and reception area meant five thousand women were right behind them. So I am going to tell you a secret JK I I wrote a book so I had more detail about how the whole minimum March came together and it's a great book. Thank you, but I left out as a little secret and I know I've told a lot of people that you're not the first person I'm talking but I think it's frozen on a broadcast. My goal was never to really get a million moms. My goal was to get five moms in every congressional district in this country but to Orange Is the 2175 person March just in the sounded interesting so because I'm a pure person million mom, March a little more Pizzazz, but I thought okay million. Mom March million is a thousand million as a metaphor, you know for a lot of people and so we launched it on Labor Day when I say we I get all my friends who I'd worked with. I worked at CBS news for several years. I worked in different, you know different places that immediate mavens and they helped me put together, you know logos slogans a press release and we launched on Labor Day. I was actually shocked on how newsworthy they they considered a million mom March and Mother's Day. It was nine months from the day. I applied to the permit on August seventeenth two Mother's Day that made fourteen. We were the headlines wrote them, you know takes nine months to make a baby nine months to make March, you know, maybe you know, we get congressmen to pass laws to protect those

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Netflix's audio-only mode could threaten podcasting

podnews

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Netflix's audio-only mode could threaten podcasting

"Letterman walks out. Onstage blows a kiss to the crowd grabs a might cover much. Thank you takes the mic office. Stand to see you move over. Podcasting net flicks is rolling out an audio only mode to the android app. The app also has variable speed playback and a feature called audio description. Which as you've just heard tells you what's happening on screen. The company will hope you. Don't listen to a podcast when you can listen to a movie or tv show instead. Try and digital has released the latest podcast report. The data covers most of november. The top five remains unchanged with npr at number one total downloads from the top ten publishers drops by more than five percent in a month that included the us presidential election and thanksgiving an incomplete rancor it measures participating publishers only and notably not iheart radio. Edison research published their ten for twenty compilation of their biggest findings from twenty twenty expects audio consumption spoken word and us election voting willing to that from our show notes now newsletter today story board and enterprise podcast and hosting platform has raised four point. Five million dollars in funding bryant barletta. The first sounds profitable deep dive yesterday. Looking at pod scribe. It's free to watch on the profitable website. Espn podcasting had a record year with ninety six point five million downloads in october alone. They say vox media studios to double the amount of shows it makes and plans to bring in one hundred million dollars in revenue in two thousand and twenty one. Steve hand wonders if independent podcasting has peaked. He was formerly at google's audio mused division at a us public radio. Nick held him to. Is broadly pessimistic about the podcast industry available content massively exceeds available interest. He claims and the changes in the industry in two twenty are a long way from won't made podcasts. Special he says and captivate has launched show notes snippets a simple way to at creatine snippets to your show notes. I'm an adviser. What does it take good and effective secretary. The president's cabinet well first of all congratulations. I'm thrilled by news that you're going to be nominated. That's a clip. From the deciding decade with pete buttigieg who learned had been nominated as transport secretary while he was doing a podcast with hillary clinton podcast. One australia has lost a show. And russia's podcast 'em salvation will become an independent production in two thousand and twenty one. She describes her relationship with sea. Who owned podcast one in australia as an abusive relationship. I keep going back to sa hired. Her for short lived stint on the ailing today. A famine sydney one in a list of underinvested breakfast shows on the formerly market leading station. Crooked media's wind of changes to be adapted for television says deadline and a sports podcast has crowd funded over one hundred thirty five thousand dollars in two weeks that tennis podcast has received funding from nearly one thousand two hundred listeners in the uk. It's been going since two thousand twelve

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The 7 mindsets of connectors

Industry Thought Leader Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

The 7 mindsets of connectors

"To another episode of industry thought leader podcast brought to you by industry thought leader kademi stand out the heard and influence on your highest and recross also known as the podcasting quyen. Now my guest today says the simple truth. Is this connectors find. Great success in life. And if you don't realize it yet we are now living in the age of networking. So do you want to increase your influence and impact by becoming a better connector but join no way to start with. Today's guest is going to show you. How join me on the show. Today is michelle letterman. Michelle is an accomplished speaker trainer. Approach an author of four books including the internationally recognized the levin laws of likability She was named by forbes as one of the twenty five professional networking experts to watch and a former ny professor financial executive and recovering cpa. She now works with organizations and individuals to help them build real relationship. The greater results through the company executive essentials now on today show. Michelle is going to share. Why do we need to be connected. The seven levels of connectors as well as the seven mindset of connectors. Welcome to the show. Michelle thanks for having me on. We know and of probably heard through business. That networking is so so important. But i love the way that you've said we're now living in the age of networking. It's so more important than it ever was and so today. We're really going to dive into to connecting. And what is a connector and those seven levels but what interested you. You've got a great background diverse background. What was it specifically around networking and connecting. That attracted you that now. You really specializing in that area. I always say. I teach all the mistakes ever made so that you don't make them too and i used to be that polarizing personality that's where my research started around like ability to understand. What was it that was doing that was causing either them to love me or to hate me but there wasn't a whole lot of in between and really understanding how does connection form and what enables connections to happen but what i started to learn. Was that my results. Drastically changed when. I took a relationship partisan Approach right and that's what a connector is somebody who prioritize relationships in all their interactions professional personal. It doesn't matter the relationship comes. i mean. obviously you're going to talk a little bit about. Why be connected. You've just established. It's so important to do that. Relationships what are some of the things before we dive into the seven levels of connectors. What are the things that you want us to be aware of. That might be because of what's happened in the world now while some of the things that people are still doing that would have been okay and and where you know something that we would do in the past but really moving forward into twenty twenty one. We need to realize that this is not helping us to be that connector. That person who are attracting air ideal clients and stakeholders. What are some things that we need to be aware of. Don't do this moving forward the what not to do. There's one thing in it's really interesting. This book came out in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred and in two thousand twenty there has been a lot around the the social inequality and social injustice and there's a whole section on the book about diversifying and expanding our connections and it's great to know everybody in a certain fields or everybody a certain geographic region. It's even better when we can go broad. And when we diversify our connections we make better decisions. We have more access to information. We are further up on the connector spectrum. So what other. Things we don't want to do is we. Don't want to call out the differences. We want to call out the similarities because the differences are often obvious between us but the similarities are things that we have to look for and one of the ways to be more inclusive. Connector is to think about focusing on the similarities calling out the larry's it's not about distinguishing or disregarding those differences but that that's not where we need to start. That's not where we need to focus. It's interesting you should say that because there's been a couple of times where i've reached out to someone here in melbourne with. Just come out of area tight lockdown. So the may it's been very intentional in networking linked gin and it's interesting because some people reach and say well actually you'll not my ideal clients keeping that i've been in fray and i'm thinking well i might not your ideal client but i talked to a lot of people around the globe connected to people such as michelle let him and who is a specialist an expert in this area. And so that's the kind of thing you talking about. Is the giant. Just be so focused narrow minded. Because you just don't know who that person is connected to and can you up to a whole new area of people. Yes that's exactly it. I have always been against this networking. I'm like it. Has the word working who wants to do it. And when i was writing the most recent book the connectors advantage. My brother-in-law came into office. And he said well. What's the difference with networking in connector. And i said networking something that you do a connector. That's who you are. And that's the shift. I want people to make rather than doing something and and when we tend to network for need and we network for now and it is very narrowly focused as you said but when we think about just connecting and building relationships because we want to because we get to then we have this really firm and tight community that you can call upon and i gotta tell you it was people. I went to business school. That you got me a client at the moma and my sister's boyfriend from middle school got me into nbc so it isn't about strategic networking. It isn't about well. I don't wanna talk to you because you can't do anything for me. It's being social and curious which is one of the mindsets it's being open and accepting it's enjoying the connection for the sake of connection and knowing that the rest will follow.

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"letterman" Discussed on Or Not!

Or Not!

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"letterman" Discussed on Or Not!

"There's going to be another pack like it's not that they're changing. They're just like moving it to a different platform. It's no longer cable networks. Now it's like internet networks but yet like the whole controlling of the masters and everything to it's just that's how networks make money and that's what they were built for unless you're going to travel the whole thing. It's a think it's a little bit different because they are using his likeness and he can't use the chapelle show anymore and all that stuff when he was young. I i get where he's coming from. But i like that's also standard. Yeah exactly no. It's not just him. Yeah and like letterman couldn't conan when do the same thing when he loved my created conan and not and you know letterman when he went to net out to create a different type of letterman show. You know it's just it's the networks need also to know that they are they have ownership of something. This qube died. I don't know if you remember. Qube i've never.

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"letterman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thorn this week. My guest is David Letterman. Letterman is, of course, a long time talk show host he hosted over 6000 episodes of late night and the late show. These days. He has another show. It's called My Next guest needs. No introduction. That show's third season just hit Netflix. Let's get back to my conversation with David Letterman. You must have at some point had the idea you were going to go into show business because you went toe. You know, you majored in broadcasting in college. Did you think you were gonna be a comic or an actor or Ah? TV weatherman, which is, you know one of your first jobs. You think you were gonna host a TV show about the four H club for the rest of your life? Another one of your jobs, right? Did you have a scheme? No. I didn't have a scheme. But it was so good. I was so lucky that because I couldn't I didn't get very good grades. But I try. I took a class in public speaking when I was in software in high school, and you had to get up and give a knave lib 45 minute introductory speech in front of the class. That was our first assignment, and I did that. And it was the only thing I could remember doing in school that seemed effortless. Everything else was difficult. And from from that day I thought to myself, OK, this problem is solved. You just have to find a place that will pay you to do that. And the only logical place seemed to be Radio or TV, So I studied radio TV and then immediately started. I got a job at the same television station when I was still in college, So that was that was very fortunate, and I don't know how it works. Now. I don't know if it's easier or harder to get a job in radio or TV or show business than it used to be. I just don't know. But I I knew that at the time. Me getting a job in show business or television was really easy. I got very lucky, my friend of mine. Jerry Norris, his brother, Dick Norris, worked at the television station. They were looking for a summer announcer. And so Dick said, How have your friend Dave compound an audition? So I I went in just this kind of a hoot. And for I don't know why, but they gave me the job, and I worked there for three or four years during and after college. Dave. I'm sorry to do this to you. But we do have a clip of Ah Of your real from I think it 1969 you okay? I'm sorry to do this to you, Jesse, but I'm getting chest pains. So I'm gonna have to call the medics. Yeah. So don't be alarmed. I'm leaving. Now. That's Dave Letterman inviting you to blow of all attentions. From that first week of classes this weekend, a team go a mile east of Post Road on Pendleton Pike Friday night. The action is with yours truly in the irresistible force moved to it from a 32 12 Saturday night, Mykelti John Griffin joins the brand X a Team co. And the action happens all over again. Remember the place to blow up all that steam this weekend, his team co a mile east of Post Road on Pendleton Pike Friday night from a 13 12 years Truly, and the irresistible force and Saturday Night, same time, a 32 12 Mykelti John and the Brand X Place his team go one mile east of Post Road on Pendleton Pipe. That's a team Kobe. I have no memory of that. That's Are you certain That's me. It's a heck of an impression. If it's not that Z crazy, Oh, Lord, but I'll tell you something. If if I had stayed doing that the rest of my life, I probably would have been just as fulfilled as I have having taken the other road. Do you think that's true? I mean, I feel like what In in reading about your life and career. There is a really big inflection point, which is that you have Local television career going, You have a job that is, you know, reasonably locally Prestigious. You know, some guy that appears on the local TV news is is a big star in Anywhere but Los Angeles in New York. You know what I mean? And you're whatever. 26 27 28 years old. You left town. You You packed it all up in the car and went to Los Angeles to become a stand up comedian and try and host Television programs, but you know had If I had listened to that team co spot. I don't know that I would have ever left because that was solid gold Coming where you got pipes like those? You're basically printing money. What? What the hell was Team Co? I mean, honest to God. You know what happened? There's always you said Flexion. Is that what you said? The inflection inflection. That's I heard a joke the other night about a guy. Who called a yoga place was going to sign up for yoga lessons. And the woman said All that's great would like to have you join one of our classes may ask. Are you flexible? And he said, Well, I can't be there Tuesday. Anyway. Um uh, yeah. It was a tonight show that changed everything. Because you would see young men and women making their comedic debut on the Tonight Show and the next day or two, they would become huge, huge stars, thanks to Johnny Carson. And I thought, Oh, I wonder how you could do that. And then the became aware of the comedy store on Sunset Boulevard, which was a feeder system for comics to the Tonight Show. And and once I found out how it was done, I thought, Okay, Well, now it's just a matter of getting in line and seeing if you ever get your number called, you know Aziz at a bakery. It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is David Letterman. Did you have an act? No, of course not. Well, team. Jeez. Did you never went to team come one you couldn't get into Team Co Did I mean, if his team coach Andy Warhol in front of me in line? Sure, he got into thine cow, but s so I thought maybe I would go out there and try and act because a comedy store had beginners night. And you could go in and get on stage and Trier two or three or four or five minutes, and that's what I did. And I started with that and kept building on that, too. Got right up to the height of mediocrity in terms of stand up comedy, and then it took off like a rocket..

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"letterman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is what I do, and I'm just all by myself. Letterman and now Letterman. I liked him in the years because the show was organic on NBC and where those tennis shoes Adidas, and he was a younger guy, and they threw things off a building and watch them like a watermelon smash against the ground and so forth. He would have Sandra Bernhardt and guests like then brother Theodore and Just bizarre, kinda, just a really fun show. Then when he got to CBS, it was less organic, and it was just a lot of pomp and circumstance and so forth, and that that really happens with everybody when they are on their second contract, so to speak, whether it's a rock band or something as they get older, whatever it's always great when they had that organic young energy And so one thing I liked about Jay Leno, though, is J didn't have an agent and I don't like agents. And J always did things with a handshake and that really made me like the guy. Hey, wasn't yeah, great interviewer. People below. I I I'm just saying he wasn't known for his interviewing skills. He's one of the nicest guys I'm told in the business, So everybody has a nice thing to say. For the most part. One more thing. You were just talking about Letterman. I said it earlier at much. Sure. You picked it up. But Letterman really owes a lot to Steve Allen. Because if you watch the old Steve Allen reruns from the fifties, he's doing wacky stuff with Louis Nye and don knots and all these goofy characters and he's got the phone post. And don't forget about time Bomb and posted. Yes, who was a great guy? Really beloved guy is also by the way, a war hero. Some people don't know that I did not know that I did not know that he flew missions over Normandy. Uh, so yeah, it was on an episode of to tell the truth, which he was great on by the way back in the day back, and, uh, that was my kid. I would watch Tom posting and, uh Let's see to tell the truth, Peggy Yeah. Biggie, CASS, Right. Oh, my God. I always thought as a kid. I always that is that all these people doing life they're they're grown up to work as a contestant on to tell the truth. Always wanted. It wasn't till they get older. They known for their professional Panelists on these game shows, and they make a career out of it. Well, they did. And you know, JP Morgan, I was She was on the gun short that What else is this woman then Turns out she had a career in the fifties and a lot of them did And who knows? I mean, there's so much we're going down such a big, deep rabbit hole. I've got to take a break. At this point. I can't stand it. Larry, You're a great guy. I really appreciate it. And I'll never forget you. I've talked to your son a few times. I've had that pleasure. And it was great to kind of talk to you as well. Jordan. My son will be joining us. I believe as the producer of the next couple of nights. Rob's gonna be off for a few nights, so I'll pass along the good word. Thank you, Larry. Be well, Thanks, Starting. Bye. Bye bye. Quick time out. Jordan Ricin for Mr Ray Dan, raise on vacation and will continue right after these words. It's night side with Dan Ray. I'm.

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"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

"And more toilet paper and I haven't used it yet. You know what I mean. It's one of those things where I think that they're purchasing in Trying to purchase stuff to make sure that they're covered. They don't quite know how everything works and unfortunately I think that that's that's the biggest problem that I see that people think like if I just buy this or buy this. I'm going to have a solution to a problem, but they don't really understand how the system. Or the industry actually works in why certain things work the way they work and why? Let's say stitcher is a number four consumption platform out there because they've built that. And I was telling Robin in the feed that Stitcher is a is part of podcasting I mean there were one of the very very very very first podcast apps out there for the built a name for themselves from the beginning that was like one of the first calls to action that we. We had was listening on stitcher. That was like way beyond before I think some of the more common ones like I think way before like overcast. Please correct me if I'm wrong about that I. don't really actually know overcast. I'm pretty sure, but it was like way back in the day, so you they? They have historical standing. Even though they been acquired I, think now like two times I think and they've changed their branding a couple times too I remember. Yeah for sure like we can look at their branding from like the when they started to now and all of that, but so now I'm wondering like last year her last year when we had mineral as a sponsor for our event, we use the Stitcher logo. They wanted us to use the stitcher on the all heads stitcher emails. That's right now I bet next time they'll all be Sirius XM and having sex. I don't know which. spotify, it's different like anchor still inker like. It'd be like that and also what's going to happen with simple cast? I mean when anchors a different product. WHY ANCHOR WELL WE'LL! Pass, but what they bought is is not they're not creation tools, their sales and marketing tools they acquired shows that are already created and an ad agency to sell it all so now I wonder also is mid roll going to be eaten up by their sales team, or are they going to continue to sell just the podcast? Like how's that going to work to sales teams now selling to different things like? These guys get to sell the radio shows, and do these guys get yourself a podcast or they? All GonNa Mesh together, or they're going to keep it separate I mean. We're probably obviously today. They're keeping an all separate, but I'm just saying like that has to. That's going to be ugly. Meshing project will also podcasters have a chance to be a serious show and be syndicated. Or I just I'm very curious as to how it's GONNA work I've worked in companies where they've done this before, and it's very, it can be very hairy. It's interesting, but it's very hairy sometimes. Yeah, but that's what I was just thinking about i. mean I know like just think about who like the leadership whatever whoever the VP's are and all of the executive people? They're all going to have to get into a room and figuring out how they're going to. To have meeting. Who and who's doing yet or WHO's GonNa? Do What and how are we going to know what the other side is doing and up through this twice in the elevator business company was bought by my company, and then then our company was bought by another company so in other words we bought a small comp. The company that I worked for a small company, and usually what happened was all the management with a small company got laid off. And then when we got bought by the bigger company, most of the the management from my company, which was a small company later it's GonNa. Be a bloodbath for. Upper management middle management. All that stuff is. Names Teams you're GonNa, have it rough because they either have to learn an entirely full set of products and packages and deals or They they are smart. They'll keep it separate and just keep the people who are experts in one thing. Sell that one thing. They're gonNA. Get greedy, though because I were if I were selling podcasts at mid roll. You Damn Right. I'd WANNA. Start Selling Sirius. Xm ADDS to or at least like you know he all. My is you know how this bonus were? You can do this to. There are already buying both ziprecruiter. is on Howard Stern already right? So how do they put that altogether? If I was a betting man, I would say they're gonNA use stitcher to put their shows behind a paywall that wants you are signed up. You can use that. RSS Feed to download shows like podcast and use it that way. Maybe. Yeah, because I mean again. I haven't used Sirius Xm forever. So I don't know if even has a capacity doesn't have any kind of capacity for download. It really is just I. Don't know that I think not sync signal to whatever devices right. There's no. And and you could in quote record I I seem to remember something like that like there was a certain amount of. Memory or a lot meant for you to have a certain amount of a conversation like you know. Howard, playing in the afternoon, versus the morning or something, but I think they have an APP. If I'm not if I'm not mistaken, is an APP for Siriusxm. Yeah, yes, yeah, there is all the time, but I think it behaves very much like streaming I. Don't think it's a streaming. It's yet I don't think it has the capability of up, but you're right. You're right in. It could, but one of those things where it's like the stitcher might have a whole category catalog inside it. That has the Sirius Xm shows that you can get behind a paywall like like what you mentioned that. If you have Sirius XM whatever sign up membership, you can get it this way. As a podcast. What if stitcher all the? All the shows off the ABC now. What if they booed him off now so they can just put the Siriusxm shows in. Sweden. Number four after you understand how hard that is. I mean there are hundreds of APPs that are barely hitting one percent and so. To have like the number four. who was the number three forever until spotify came into the scene? It's that would be. That is huge in terms of. OP CONSUMPTION APP usage. That's probably one of their biggest marketing channels as well think about the users I mean just a users of that APP, I mean one of the lower end apps I know has right around fifty thousand users, and that's in the like way below one percent not wipe now around one percent. One won't won't percent so you well? It sounds like you're broken WHOA, will. Won't so. But if you but I think that if they're having that currently there. I think at at two point. Eight. Is What there! Stats are really blows my mind. They're the number four because in my humble opinion. I didn't like the APP that was one of the first episode I put on my phone for podcasting and I didn't like it, and as soon as I could find another one I switched. I think it's number four because it was there in the beginning, and it was cross platform, and that's the other thing you're. You're right. You're right, John and that's what whenever somebody wants to start a new APP that's the biggest thing we get. We get super addicted to how we consume our content, and it's so hard for us to change though you're right. I think that's why they're number four. They are possibly. Out of all of the APPS. Oh my gosh, that has been around since forever because before. Has did not exist. Overcast was not their cast boxes number five that did not exist podcast addict number six that did not exist Google podcast just started existing and then pocket cast also did not exist so stitcher is the oldest like the the old. They're still there original gangster of podcasting. Or the old guard I kind of like the old guard originally. It's just funny. I like well not after you watch the movie with Charlie's there on. Oh, lodge, the I do want us to have you seen it I'm dying to see and I. Watched it yesterday. It was great. I'll watch it. She's quite awesome. Cheating Fleet and Hopefully. She was asked not to come back to Mad Max anymore..

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"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Army out. What. That's where. It was a three cornered hat, George Washington and a rifle. Fake. Yeah you know, and then like a blue coat like you handle dress up like a colonial. Fighter it was so fun. Not that's very. Were they goofy where? I will be very serious about this. The the mascot nobody had to be clearly couldn't be a woman. That's what I'm saying like I couldn't have. Patriot. Oh look this up. bearcat I guess very. BEARCAT. Oh scary, but it's not green. We had a green one. John now. I know that's a thing. Look at that. We knew are all show you mine? Hold on so these that this is the like. Basically when I was a kid, Connell Vat, but like yeah TJ Thomas Jefferson Patriots. And Look. He's angry and. Clearly fierce. kind of a tool really, but you don't see any you, don't you? Don't see any chicks. Be wanting to be this mascot. No it's impossible. Anyway no ridiculous will be nice to be America think a bearcat would be a good. I mean now that I. Look back at it. I'm like Oh those are nice, scares got. Our Mascot at you know in the football games and stuff they were you know they dressed with the fuzzy? They were like giant green plus. And were goofy. There were two goofy girls who made. Funny Things Anyway Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah cool before we get into it I just want to say thank you to our sponsor member full She podcasts dot com forward slash member. Full is where you can find them they are. A. Platform that allows you to send membership.

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"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Let go of the ball and I, and she took me off my feet, and I landed on my butt and I didn't put my hands down because I didn't want to. Let go of Boll. Is Not a good look, Dude! Not a good wow, that's so awesome would have been better. I play field hockey. Can you believe that? But I yeah. I would I hockey at a time in my life where I was not the least bit competitive, and I was very good friends with a girl who was and I would just pass her. The Damn puck had no interest in with I was just like she was in every extracurricular thing I was in. She was in drama. She was hockey. She was in debate. She was in French club an age thing I would just be like this is your girl. She's going to lead the way she's. She wants to be the star and I just allowed it because I didn't feel like competing with her. Some of it because I didn't think I could win, and why bother right and some of it was because I met so much turn. It didn't really mean that much to me so I was just like I'll be helping her win. Everything I guess. And then when I got older now I'm the first time I became very competitive was when I was planning on going back to college and my ex husband's. Dad kept telling me I could never do it because I already had had emily and he was like you could never do that. It's too much work I. Think he was taking me out, but I was like. What are you talking about? So much work, and you're gonNA have a baby. Never get that done and I was like what? And I was like. I was furious furious. So. I went and did it because I was so angry that someone told me I could not. have been that way ever. Yeah. That's the way that's where it all starts. Stephanie said that she loved field hockey as well because those. The best sound when hitting cows. Calves your calf, your calf, your your legs, well I know. But why would they hit the cavs? Because if you if you missed the ball? You're hitting someone in the show Julie, depending on which way you're going, my team used to, so we could intimidate. Other teams would not shave our legs for a week. because. We thought if we looked more early than they would be intimidated. There's really nothing else we had. We were all like short and kind of dainty, and like I grew up in a place where there's lots of big farm bred women in the outskirts of who we were playing like. We were playing like Lincoln or high school and talk in high school. Like these women. They like milked goats on their way to school so like we were just like they're gonNA kill us. How do we? Legs and armpits would he hadn't done much else. We wouldn't wash our socks. Dirty socks shave legs. It's all you get. I'm still the same height, so you can imagine how not scary I was. was. Terrible. That's just awful. Dude! That's almost like people would show up. What did you want them to go like? You can't even see their arm. Rush up against them. Not Armpits just start cavs right because if you brushing. Up against the if we brushed up against someone by accident, or if they happen to lug, we wanted them to know that we were beastly and therefore. And therefore not to be trifled with. It's so stupid, but it's just like you said like you. Girls are mean and intimidating, and we were by far the shortest Tina ever. We were selling any girls, and we were like in the city, which by the way is not near any city? Suburbia and not like the closest cities like Washington DC house at least forty minutes from there. But we were sitting girls. That's what they counted as us because we didn't have our own farm or four H. Club within. Twenty I think it's hilarious that you're like just gonNA. Let our hair grow on our legs. Do you think they would let their hair like you had to do something different 'cause you were saying that they have farms. Sure they have burly nece going. There were so much bigger than ours. They probably never got low enough to see our likes. They were so much bigger than. It was futile. I assure you. It was futile. I. It's like it was like playing hockey against Gwendolyn Christie from game of thrones like every time. She's like feet tall. Right like and right. Trains every day like Drago and rocky like that's who we were playing was terrible. It was frightening. Is How yeah whatever it is? It like anything to avoid being a cheerleader because that was definitely on cool my school. I'm that yeah. I never wanted. Either cheerleading! Persona non grata. My school well ours. Were you know the same same old same old except I? I wore to audition for anything like that. It would have been the mascot that mouth horse. The Masks of course would be the mascot because they were. They had these like we were bearcats which I still don't know exactly what those are, and so it was green. That is a stupid. What is that? I don't know it was green. Something like scary, but not really because our mascots were goofy. goofy girls and I thought I could be a mascot so like big giant. Fuzzy Green outfits. And then like make up with ears so again nothing that my linear brain would ever go to is to try out for the mascot, but also we were the Patriots. And there was no fuzzy head for that. You had to wear a.

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"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

"On one consulting and weekly coaching and webinars and stuff that she'll be doing for. She podcasts as well so. Really really excited mall so excited that we have a sliding scale I feel so good about that have. been something that I. Like I was thinking, we would just have three levels, but also have three levels of access, but I love that we have three who was a pricing, but all the same access I kind of love that I would have never thought of it because my brain so linear sometimes that I don't think about I know your brain is the opposite of that. You're you're you're like always on the sidelines going? How could I fucked? Oh my Gosh, you wanna see how crazy you want to see. Something complete been like this since I was in high school. Sure I'm GONNA have this. You know this is totally not related to what we were just talking about of course at all, but it has to do with innovation. Because when I was growing up, we didn't have very much money like so. We couldn't really buy the things that most people by like the normal everyday stuff that most people in the United States used to. To have access to when I was in school, I generally did not get. We were the people who got the free lunch when we went to school. K, that's A. We were so when I got to high school. We moved to a different place than where we in before we lived in this other house. But what are the things that you get when you're in high school? Is You have? I was a varsity person? I went I was a very. You know I was an athlete. I was in Varsity starting when I was a sophomore in and so I needed a letterman jacket and letterman jackets are very expensive. I mean I. Don't know if you've ever tried to buy one, but they're very expensive even back then. They were very expensive jackets, and so my parents were like. No, you can't get one because no, so I was like the only person on the team. That did not have alarming jacket. So Sad, Elsie, hold on I created one. You want to see my letterman jacket. I made this I'm frank, but yes I would like to say and my mom just sent it to me. It is, he's spying. Janelle jacket. Acid wash spray. Bomber jacket. With. Hold on. Did you make the whole jacket or did you just take him? Look look. She embroidered her name Escobar on the back, but cockeyed not a cross, the shoulders, but like slanted a little bit. and. Then also the bees slanted for what for the New Year High School Diploma and then I have my numb. All my pins and stuff of all of the things that I lettered in. And here I added all of this stuff and I- i- embroidered my number. And all of the things and the stuff that I when I went one. Yes, so it's still here. y'All so I would show up every time we would go and play basketball or all on my sports I would put my I was the only one wearing Jean jacket that was acid watch of Harry because everyone else had a green jacket. Yes. You Built Watch. Around and of course I felt so famous when I saw this. My mom sent it to me. She kept it and I was like I was such a quirky person ever. I've always been like I'll do way. Quirky is accurate, so I also lettered in choir. And I got pins for I. Mean I, let her too early. I think in it because I was an all state choir and I'll county I got pins for that and stuff, but the difference between you and me is. I refused to wear that letter. I was too embarrassed to have Leonard, inquire ever tell anyone that I had done, so it wasn't athletic and I didn't have any kind of athletic ability to let her in anything, so I just hit it. I like it up on my wall next to my bed and. I had to have one on my back in one of my friends, my sport, so you let her drama drama us. What was the sport? Basketball? Are I can't even imagine you play basketball. Dude. I was like boy guard. You're I mean you do have the longest arms of anyone I've ever met so I. Guess that Makes Sense. You'd probably be great and the longest legs, too. Yeah Very Long I guess basketball's your can I guess I could see that as your sport. Basketball but I had to quit when I was GonNa play in college. And then I decided myself to quit because it brought out the worst in me, the absolute worse I would foul out every game. because. I would get into physical fights with the what's know. What? How why listen I am insanely competitive? That's why I'm such. A proponent of like everybody collaborate with each other because I stop that thing that happens in me really quickly, because if I don't escalate very quickly to aggressiveness and so when I am I was playing basketball, I would. I would come home. And I had scratches all over my arms, 'cause girls are mean, and we pinch and scratch each other, and I remember like being underneath the basket, and having the girls just beaming dislike, elbow me in the stomach, and then I would like sticking our butts out on each other, and like we had like bought like we would hold onto the on move would not stop in fact. I cracked my tailbone because it was a jump ball, and I would I refuse to let go of the ball and I, and she took me off my feet, and I landed on my butt and I didn't put my hands down because I didn't want to. Let go of Boll..

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"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Hello Hello everyone welcome to. She podcast episode two seven six. I am your host sorry? I scared Elsie shoes over driven. And I said I and she's startled. I'm sorry. I am your Co Host Jessica with me as always the lovely and Very Hispanic L. C.. It's hard. And our producer John Hello. How are you guys doing today? Pretty good although I still like China understand the difference between I'm not. I'm not even Gonna I'm just GonNa lay it out here because I've been studying it for a while, but we do not have to go down this rabbit hole. We can continue with the show, but I. don't really like the term Hispanic Myself I. Just Tina I like Latina better, I. Look more native American today than you do Hispanic, but it's probably the. The longer hair along. You're you're wearing a rather earthy type top that makes me think of native Americans also the glittering your hair does not help you more Latina. <hes>. It makes you look more native American to me <hes>. Maybe it's a feather in my feather. Ref. I don't know. But. I just wanted to say because you know sometimes. When I'm introducing you, I have to think on the fly of an adjective that I haven't used before and their affiliates. Right there you go. Maybe I should just have like a list of adjectives next to me when I started the show so I can just pick one for each of you. Maybe I Guess Patrick didn't like that. I'm sorry it was that offensive. She does look more native American Hispanic today to me. I probably look more like someone's grandmother than forty five year old woman to you. I'm cool with it. We look like what we look like case. And I hope that was an both male and female. God boom okay all right so <hes>. I before we continue with the what's up and all that stuff I really do want to really quickly. Have you all go if you haven't already because it's happening I, think when we release this episode all the tomorrow the day after popped on having. This week as well. That's what I'm saying. When we released this show, it's the day after the bathroom right right, right Yes so pop Don Twenty twentieth starting. Our friends have put it together. They have worked very very hard. It is a virtual summit for podcasters that is July eighteenth and nineteen. The schedule is includes over thirty speakers, and they have to Keno panels, including pasta organizers like podcast and frozen audio and podcasts news publications, so you guys if you listen. I'm asking all of you. People who are listening right now. If you don't buy a ticket. I'm going to be very angry with you, so everybody needs to nine and ticket. I don't care if you go. I don't care if you attend. I don't care. I don't care you know she's dying to care. That is at Lincoln. A show notes she don't care link in the show notes, but it does not actually link to. Fix the link because you linked it to the article and article by tickets you. Buy Tickets tickets, Don Dot com I think it is. Ties on the it's hosted by the Asian American. PODCASTERS, association and women of Color Podcasters so it's really important that we support them, and also there's so much we can learn from the speakers that they had to have amazing speakers. And it's going to be really cool, so please sign up. Elsie will find you and she'll your eyes out. I will yell. I'M GONNA. Be Yeah. I'll I'll be sneaking into your ears alcoholic this when you're listening to other people's podcasts. Did you already buy Pudong? Tickets On ticket she acts so nice, but it's all a ruse I tell you. Not all kinds of stuff anyway other than that though moving onto catching up on things. We are going to be doing some special stuff that's happening with the chief podcast. Super Squad the Su-. What I feel is happening with us. She podcast Super Swat. It said it's becoming extra. So it's so, she cast. Extra, like seriously. If you guys go, look out why people use the term extra right now as a you know, what in the past decade five years no extra has become a thing. <hes> look it up and that's what's going to describe our sheep youtuber squad actually extra. Will be extra yes. So, <hes>. Do you WanNa? Say a little something about what's happening with our. She podcast Swab Y'all yeah. I can tell you that okay so what? I'm trying to build in our membership. Currently is very similar to if you have you attended the live event or even if you didn't, but you had a virtual ticket. The. Mobile APP had a lot of fun things that normal conference APPs don't have. You could oaths. I'm banging things. You could upload photos like as you were doing things. You could poke an and message other people. I. Don't remember if you can use gifts, but I'm trying to create a membership where we you can you. Can you remember you could create your own like meet ups? 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"letterman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Leno David Letterman and Conan o'brien Carson would open with a monologue followed by sketch comedy and then interviewing big yes like politicians athletes actors and musicians the show moved from New York to Hollywood in nineteen seventy two because Johnny wanted more access to start yes leading the show back to NYC until twenty fourteen when Jimmy Fallon took over one interesting little nugget Carson almost never talked to his desk before or after the show but they didn't seem to mind the publicity that came with appearing on the show was like no other that all came to an end when he called it a career on this day in nineteen eighty two D. A. R. traffic traffic alert we have a closure of back up in a holiday weekend all rolled into one hears detour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center yeah what happened I don't think we have this much traffic since I've been doing reports last couple months that didn't end today westbound I. ten closed at the seventeen split you're forced out of the seventeen twenty two minute ride from the tender the Durango curve it's a really bad crash no estimated time of reopening but try to to to red mountain freeway to the I. ten downtown you'll find that is delay free right now I tend both directions at watching we've had a crash and there's a brake light out there for three miles in both directions approaching watch it we've also got a regular tennis ball that cleared eastbound at sixteenth street but we do have the weights on the seventeen northbound anthem all the way up to bumble bee that's mostly moderate slowing go at this point the boys it heavy on the eighty seventh rock solid from ride in the pace and I put my travel plans out there until I get better the traffic report brought.

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"letterman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Letterman was a lot harder I think I but I I think it's because I'd I'd written for so many years for Jay Leno I wrote I wrote for him starting when he was guest hosting for Johnny Carson up until the very end and then I'll get to later I just start writing for David Letterman hi I think cat I'd started at the beginning for letterman I probably I probably would have felt the same way and that is in some ways my sensibilities was will we're a little closer to his what I've been doing it for all I know for so long yeah do you still write for comedians at this point no occasionally I write for not not comedians what business people stuff like that but I'm working mostly on my own books now so that's the reason I originally just came up with the idea for my introvert book as I just said okay I've spent so many years writing for other people why don't I write something about myself and then I asked my house myself what and if your interviewer you ask yourself a lot of things so what do I know about and I said well I I'm an introvert so I said okay all right about that and the book the book really is tongue in cheek and it's it's a fun book as well correct I would hope so it's it's basically for laughs there are it's the only book I know of it's kind in that it's it's a humor book about introverts and it doesn't really have any big messages to it or anything it's just played strictly for laughs it's a it's a really good book you know it it's essentially a very sophisticated joking that it's a lot of one liners listen vignettes but it's it's it's a good book together if you know of somebody who was an introvert and you're thinking about you know what what can I get him for his birthday or something but it's it's all about yeah man many extroverts would obviously get find funny to I you know I I would have to say that you would probably think I was an extrovert would you think well aw I think so but I mean the one thing I've learned from writing this book is people who have read it who I thought were extraverts have read it and said there's a lot of me in there and and the the main thing I can think of is if you ask a lot of people say they are extroverts do what you know do you after spending a day talking to people are in meetings and just with a lot of social interaction do you feel like you just have to go home and going to a room by yourself and decompress a lot of people say yes to that question and I was gonna just say that's that's me absolutely I have a hard time I'm yes split right down the middle although I come through as an extrovert personality wise I I also love my alone time and I also have moments of shyness not often but I do sorry I think with most people it's it's not one of the other and that's to me that's the biggest indicator you know are the the one trait that all introverts have this system I need you know some need for solitude I mean in my in my case I I would call myself in that regard more of an extreme introvert I would I I enjoy I've I've always worked by myself I like sitting in a room working I've been in situations where I've had to work with groups of people if I prefer working by myself yeah I've always dreamt I've always dreaded that hit that question you know if you're interviewing for a job or something they say you know do you like working with groups a part of me wants to be honest with you you have part B. I hardly want say hell no but the other part of me says you know I really need this job so yeah I don't want it yeah well then a helper you gotta come back construct we love to hear more got more stories about J. and David by the way and Joan then Alford's book is available give us the best website and how people can get the book please thank you get it on Amazon or any really any if you go to any website for a bookstore.

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"letterman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"On best places to retire so go to Dave letterman style number five is Tennessee no state income tax however there is taxation on state capital gain on on cap long term capital gains so if you have to have a large part portfolio or a lot of real estate and that you're going to sell that may not be your best state though I love Tennessee especially on the box full size is that it's it's easier for those who live on investment income to make needs to meet their make men in the meat because of the moderate modest taxes that Tennessee has property they're they're very it's a very affordable state area for cheap would be inappropriate because they would say the same thing about Indiana area for double state okay number four is North Carolina yes good Ole Charlotte wonderful metropolis growing good property values that they're they're good state tax rolls okay number three now this one surprise me Iowa Shinsha related all I was very proactive in the tax code if you think back Indiana used to have an inheritance tax and I this is back when the vice president was a governor of Indiana and we had an inheritance tax so that if somebody died the further you were away from your bloodline that the beneficiary was from the bloodline the more you actually had to pay so we had a guy at the Lafayette who actually laugh who inherited money from his neighbor and I mean he had to pay it was close to ten percent I mean as ridiculous as a lot of money in Indiana at one of the things that was under the fence legislation was to reduce federal state tax case you haven't noticed Illinois has a large sucking sound because anybody who can't leave is leaving who has any income right the the the income rate of people moving and Illinois versus those exiting as like one third or last of the people who are leaving and the battle was between Indiana and Illinois or Indiana and Iowa Iowa had no inheritance tax and so the people with lots of assets were going to Iowa then she's got the governor that the Congress to accelerate no inheritance tax and that's why we have no inheritance tax in Indiana I was a great state the other thing I was known for is the access to healthcare facilities now I didn't read any farther into it but that's what it lists as one of the number one reasons for retiring birds of a feather flock together in the sciences called proximity it's wise to look on valley Silicon Valley there's not one place there that makes chips there's a lot I was also an insurance haven by the way you go to des Moines and you'll find all of these insurance companies and people go from working at one company to another where they've got a specialized expertise and that happens a lot I always known for healthcare and a lot of a lot of different ways and and the it's not somewhere you'd think they go as a Snowbird well not no but that side meters Arkansas and I and the people that we have to go there left okay number two you want to try to guess now South Dakota that did surprise me a bit there's no law against perpetuities means your trust can go on forever there's a reason why city bank has a very small building there that they call their headquarters that's where they're based it's got great great tax code provisions it's one of the only states in the country where you can actually have a company interest without having a business interest so if you ever see a big motor coach driving down the road and the plate say South Dakota that's because they didn't pay state taxes when they bought that big burger and it's a lot through a place in South Dakota so that they can afford fifteen to twenty five thousand dollars in state income taxes on a million dollar fine you have mount Rushmore there's the code I you know I love it out there but yeah it's one of the most affordable states yeah so and the number one state I guess this does fall in with the snow birds because number one St still in Florida yeah I protections above it in a heartbeat I still think that'll data the amount of people moving to Austin that can move to anywhere yeah are moving to Austin Charles Schwab's moving at headquarters there first trust has a headquarters there I mean people people who don't have to be anywhere who can go anywhere who can move anywhere who can afford anywhere are moving there you know I was I was looking for that to be on here I'm sure it's in the top ten and get there it's got Texas has its own challenges basadas Florida well right now in Florida the fifth of its population is sixty five and older yeah there you go it does not surprise me at all that's versus I think sixteen percent for United States average here listen to consider this give us a call eight hundred nine two eight four zero zero one we will take a break and be right back I am Kimberly Williams Paisley but my mother was diagnosed with dementia we didn't know where to turn for my family the decision to move her into long term care reaching.

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"letterman" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"letterman" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"So we start now. Don't really worry about what's happening between now the next year and just had those every now and then checking off the same way would k- simply because new began flipping the coin of buying trying to buy low and sell at Heights. It is quite difficult and until you become more acquainted with the market dynamics in Bitcoin cryptocurrencies. Losing it then become demotivated to continue investing markle's mark. Well that makes sense when you're not motivated to do something and it's always kind of like when there's pain associated with something you stay away from it and that can really be applicable to money too because it when it's painful in the wallet it we we won't we they won't do. We won't take the risk so I wondering with all things and one of them it is. Is this recognized through a math and Or is it going that way I think I think we're still progressing. Getting some of the exchanges are well insured under protection associated with some of these but the government is still dire views it as a certain type of income uh-huh Sec music differently the DNC. Everyone kind of has a different view on how where they are whether we're taxed on the capital gains aames or is it more like a property are trading and every transaction is tax so in the DNC some of them as securities not securities at that same thing with SEC is trying to regulate these new exchanges that are coming on board where people investing putting their money in a still a wad of sort of flexibility ability in terms of how the government's one kind of going after bad actors but also how they're treating good actors and so. It's it's always bad at apple's any market any investment or anything you're trying to learn about. That's new exciting. There's going to be people try and take advantage people that don't know always important to find fine. Some sort of outlet for the strongest the educating yourself space and then allowing sort of the rest of the market candidature but new learning with the market and growing with the market growing with some of these assets to potentially become widely adopted in heavily used. Will you just answered some of my questions questions and it really pertained to income taxes because the question is this just like a receiving the end of the year ear statement. And how does this get. It is applied this week's a lot of sense now now another question I have has to do with Lieber coin. And what does I mean this is. This is the worst. More excited in kind of like entries are variables into the purpose base. That everyone really still hasn't got strong handle on simply because Uber token is facebook's facebook pushed out this new token that'd be launching a Next year they sort of wrangled up this custodian of private public companies Even now reaching out to governments such as Thailand so each of these entities within this Association of Twenty Seven Twenty eight companies right now so the spotify lived Uber. You Pay Pal Express East like big names in this group of People Group of companies in this association all own estate of Lieber took openings They've invested a round two million dollars to become what we call it. Note so network you have little nodes that share information Asian between each other and maintain ledgers Bitcoin as this case payback visa. They all are going to be able to see the transactions occurring on this network. So if if you have lieber token and I have an you WanNa pay me Lieber token you send it to me In the now MoD balance changes in somebody else so these companies we will see the transactions occurring occurring The government is stepping in right now currently kind of like trying to stop them from here. Progress because it's direct competition with central banks and governments. Okay so there's it's it's very we're at a tipping point coming up over the next twelve to eighteen months obscene a real dynamic shifts in how people one view money talk is money's whatever we view the dollar is simply You think think I believe if you believe the dollar the dollar nine dollars fifty cents Dunedin. We have disconnect and so as disconnected US grow in terms of where the dollar gets stallion the US dollar or the euro as some of these countries began to evolve in kind of seghal digital currencies. China's now pretty their own currency digital currency to compete with libra. And so this this whole mix up ends global race to create these Some governments will stifle innovation are stifled push this. Because they don't know what's going can happen. Nobody really knows what the outcome of all this competition and pushed into the digital currency space. Halloween packed Economies governments is on as those really shaking up the financial industry by shaking up that industry. They're shaking all the other trees that some sort of Mixing how view money and so right. Now with Lebron token it's simply going to be pegged to the dollar. A dollar is a basket of currencies that hold Fiat currencies in such as the British pound euro. The dollar mixture of those. They maintain a fixed price to maintain a backing to Lieber took so we were talking is backed by the currencies but Iraq is owned Own digital currency that you can transact lovely onto to So really going to be impactful for those. That are in banked or happy local-currency that's debates as wailer So it's going to be held for those communities. Country Student able transact without having to rely on their currency you know if the He stabled the price of it of rocks value in it. People Wander. Believe it's worth this much is now worth this much this previously goodbye. You down came out house. The ski a cup of coffee and so with Lieber token is going to kind of expand this new reach of currency to everyone that translate digitally with Armenia. Badri by step in place it makes me wonder with everything that you were talking about. How this impacts the revaluation of money in different for countries because talking about direct competition in the governments of each different countries is and so this this is really really interesting because economically? This is going to as it continues to emerge have like you said a huge impact. So now's a really good time and for people to start learning about it start becoming involved because eventually it really will become what is the currency. We're going cashless. This is this is really it so somebody's wanting to get involved in this at got two questions one. What would be a minimum amount of money to beginning besting so that they feel safe enough to start getting into this in getting knowledgeable on the second question is then? Do I go to a specific website to start start purchasing using these different coins or tokens and learning about notes. Yeah so there's a couple within answers bell start with the more complicated where people are fearful for entering. The space is lack of understanding. So I normally if you're wanting to learn something new or kind of pushers Attempt to get into new investment or anything like having some skin in the game will kind of motivate you to continue to learn track understand. What's occurring the space and so opening up to more information occurring as well as cuts allowing you to see sort of the workings at a better understanding some- you see people talking came up this yet? Friends discussing interested in it or we see some big overhaul in our understanding of how money in Detroit cash operates you've already he kind of done. The groundwork inhabit solid standing up. So it's important to whatever things get into game whatever that number is for you on investing a going to coin based on Bass Dot com one of the bigger exchanges here in the United States. It's FDIC insured as you can put money in. You can deposit on a recurring basis from connects to your bank account debit card and easily By bitcoin with that until I normally recommend people there They have a wallet or an APP. You can use on your phone to make it really easy all ow to transact and you don't have to worry about ordering your cryptocurrencies or moving them around or anything. which is one of the complications? People have early. Liane is figuring out how to transfer bitcoin from here to there But owning the Bitcoin I and getting into the game is obviously the per step right right in Educate yourself on working with big win. I think those are important to have a base understanding on. But it's not something to like wholeheartedly understand at the moment I think over time I'm a lot of the stuff we have around the cryptocurrencies trying to have like a stronger. Understanding of that people don't know how with dollars back to everyone thinks back gold but obviously that's with our gold reserves and how many dollars explains or deletion and so you still trust the dollar despite not nestle having a stronger standing while we INCA dollars worth of dollar will always be worth a dollar. Where is the price of like a pace? Our Euro Change. We do day to day or the dollars. There's always feels like it's equal to dollar and of course inflation need other aspects of diarrhea currency. Come into play. The same thing happened with Bitcoin as I kind of keep. Yeah that's a side when educating somebody newly about big when it's really just kind of get the motivated understanding of the implications if we do begin to move over to more digital the cash and how these other governments will kind of view it and how we can transact in will need less but as an individual to kind of function is more sovereignly unle without having a government controlling our funds or finances are being stepping in because what. We see with cryptocurrencies Edition I not because of the mechanics behind. bitcoin allow us to trust the other person right in. So it's distributed attributes the network of companies never Notes people acting on a network and so I have skin in the game so so investing a.