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"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:06 min | 4 d ago

"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Book that joke isn't funny anymore. Can you turn around being canceled or at least being the target of an attempted counseling to your advantage? I mean, you got a book out of it, right? Yeah, I think one of the things with a lot of people is the work will have to speak for itself. And I think, for example, if you take somebody like Shane Gillis, who had notoriously been fired from SNL before you even started working there, he's an incredible talent. He's a really great stand up, a great actor, a great sketch writer. And people were able to see his talent. And he's doing really well. And he is such a great, it's great to see his meteoric rise after what could have been a complete career killer. So I definitely think that it's possible. And I think it really goes to show that for comedians, especially comedians who might be taking on dangerous material with so important is to be supporting them to support their work. And in my case, I am a book, I guess. Well, sure, absolutely published by bombardier books, by the way. Surely the woke people of the world can't be entirely sour and gloom, they must laugh at something, don't they? What do they find funny? I would really be interested to know because I used to think that. I used to think like, oh, come on, you know? You're just putting us on. Like, there's no way that anyone could be this angry over everything. And self righteous about everything. But there might be a certain sector that slips through the cracks and that's just the way they are. And thankfully, I don't have to deal with them on a day to today basis. Yeah. Do you tour? I have. Right now, with promoting the book, I'm looking to put together some more dates, so if anybody's interested in having me come to a city near you, I'm very easy to get in touch with. And I don't have I'm not a good hackler. So you'll get a good deal out of it. Yeah, we'll make people laugh for food. Okay, we got it. What do you have planned next? You've got the book, of course, that joke isn't funny anymore. And after that, I mean, the next step in the loop, there is a career campaign. Yeah, so one of my, one of my loves is sketch comedy. So I'm going to continue to produce sketch comedy. People can check out my stuff on my YouTube channel at the loop Perez. I keep them I keep the branding very simple. So I definitely have more of that and more live shows as well. Like I said, trying to put together some more dates for not only the tour of the book around, but also to get up and do some sets in front of people. And in terms of television sitcoms, that used to be the big goal of a lot of people in stand up. I want to get my own sitcom. Is that now pass a as a career move? You know, as passe as it is, I am willing to negotiate it. Anybody wants to get me in front of a student live studio audience. For sure. All right, this man is easy, okay? Right. He'll look after your kids, okay? All right, one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo, Lou Perez. That joke isn't funny anymore. He said sternly,

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"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 4 d ago

"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What became pretty clear that the people who put this study together did not know what they were talking about. Yeah, but I guess it doesn't really matter. A certain self righteousness about those who cancel others, those who insist that they're more woke than somebody else is. I mean, I'm trying to understand I guess the motive is the only way I could build myself up is to tear you down. Yeah. Go ahead. I think you nailed it. I really do. I think if we're being honest, so many so many people live lives that are rather sad. And they don't have much of an impact on the universe. Someone like you with a career of 50 years in broadcast and radio, you touch so many people, you've been a part of so many people's lives. You've had a real impact. There are so many people who will never get to do that, but the one way that they can actually affect the universe is by trying to make everyone else miserable. And I think part of it, that's remarkable. Well, anyway, thank you for the kind words we will pause briefly for time from various sponsors who apparently feel the same as you do. I have indeed touched many people over the years despite the restraining orders and it will be back with Lou Perez the author of that joke isn't funny anymore. In a moment. It's true. In just over 5 years, the Medicare trust fund will run out of money. Millions of Americans like you and your loved ones who depend on Medicare could be in trouble. Some experts say Medicare simply won't be able to pay for all your healthcare costs. All this week, Eric bolling is on

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"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:30 min | 4 d ago

"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Jim bohan Cho at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo, but 866-505-4626. Luke Perry has written that joke isn't funny anymore. And it will take some calls here in just a second, but what was the first time you realized that you were being categorized politically? Cool. Well, one of the, one of the cool things about when I was working for we the answer to that TV when I was producing over there is that depending on which comedy video I put out, anybody watching it within make all these sweeping assumptions about where I stood politically. So I would put out one video about guns and people would be like, oh, you're a pro gun conservative nutcase. And then I would put out a video critical of president Trump. And then I was a liberal snowflake, et cetera, et cetera. So I've had a lot of fun playing with playing with people when it comes to political identity in particular because it's so it's so easy to rile people up if you can't be placed squarely in one box or another. So you yank their chain. Oh yeah, yeah. Whenever. All right, Larry in the Mount Vernon, New York. Good evening, Larry. Yes, good evening, Jim and good evening for your guests. What I'm curious about is comedy comes in many forms and visual role and just on stage and TV and various other ways. Even deaf people have comedians. They're very far few in between, but some of them are very good, although I don't know sign language. So I can't appreciate it. What I wanted to know is what is your guess and impression of the old stuff that used to be on television, such as like the gong show and SNL. We're going back 40 years at least. It shows like that in living color. Okay. Yeah, well, one thing I could say, thanks to the gift of YouTube, we all are able to consume clips of all of those great shows. And what's amazing is when you look at something like the gong show, like something like Hollywood squares, the stuff, the jokes that still hold up that stand the test of time we're talking 40, 50 years, it's really amazing to be able to see that and see like, oh, we're actually not that far removed from the great laughter, but back in the day. And your color, you bring up in living color. I mean, in living color, was such an important crucial part of my upbringing before I even had any aspirations of doing comedy. I was a kid in grammar school, I remember it was the 5th grade and we had an assembly. And one of the classes were performing in front of the entire school, a particular skit from in living color. It was the men on films get where David Alan Greer and Damon Wayans would play the super Flynn buoyantly gay movie reviewers. Think fiscal and meets Paris is burning. And here you have these 6th grade kids up on that stage in front of everybody doing their best impression of like the gayest loudest characters you could possibly have. And I'm sitting there, you know, as a 5th grader and we are all laughing and I don't mean just the kids. I mean, the kids and the teachers and that's something that we couldn't see right now. That's something that that couldn't happen. It might have to do with casting. I don't know if you'd be able to cast a straight Puerto Rican boy to play a gay black man or if you want to get into stuff like that. But man, it was magical. It was really, it was such a wild time to be growing up. And such an influential time on me for sure. When you talk about that joke isn't funny anymore. Are any of the jokes that aren't funny anymore? Were they ever not funny at all? I mean, or have they just been declared by some self appointed arbiter of humor to be not funny? Well, well, the title of that joke isn't funny anymore comes from a song by the band the smith. And the lyrics to the song goes that joke isn't funny anymore. It's too close to home in two near the bone too close to home in two near the bone. And I thought that that was just while the song came out in the mid 1980s, I think it's just like such an such a perfect encapsulation of the times that we're living in, where so much has become politicized. The individual identity has become politicized, where people take even a joke, like right to the bone as a personal affront as being even here the term like you're trying to erase me. And so what might what might have been funny and what might still be funny is still taken as if it's just a challenging somebody humanity to an extent. Yeah, I mean, it's remarkable. Are you that easily erased? Really? I had no idea. You know, I'm pretty much me and whether you choose to erase me or not. I'm still here. All right, more to come. Lou Perez, that joke isn't funny anymore on the death and rebirth of comedy. We will dwell on that when we come back in just a moment. Finding the right person for the job isn't easy. Just ask someone who hired a drama coach to be an IT guy. Yeah, I'm having trouble logging in. I'm not buying it, say it again, this time with feeling. I can't log in? Come

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"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:33 min | 4 d ago

"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lou and give us a sample. Fortunately, I have not had to go through an audition process. I'm very bad at auditions. It's probably one of my acting resume is so slim to maybe go on my contemporaries. Yes, fortunately I haven't been able to do that. But we live in a time now where so much of our work is available for free online. For good and for bad, I believe that I've been I've had quite a few steps that have gone online that I'm not necessarily happy with, but fortunately, I'm able to balance that out with material that I am happy with and I am proud of. So I'm pretty easy to track down, I guess. My material. I mean, let me drop some names on you here. Dave Chappelle. Yeah. Yes, Dave. Dave Chappelle is basically a living comedy legend. And it is wild. There have been so many specials of his that I didn't think I was going to go listen to just because just so much stuff going on in my life. And then, you know, the controversy made me say, okay, I got to go, I definitely got to go check this out. I can't have it at the end of my queue on Netflix. And he also seems like one of those guys who I think is just a perfect embodiment of the times that we live in, where so many of people that are commenting on him, you wonder if they've even watched the material. It seems that quite a bit of his of his routines, I believe, are treated rather unfairly. And it's unfortunate. Yeah. Kevin Hart. You know, I don't know that much about Kevin Hart. But what I do know about it, I mean, he said, I know that he's an incredibly smart, hard worker who has been in the game for such a long time. And I think he's definitely an example that I think a lot of other comedians can look up to as far as business moves that he's made and done any Jada Pinkett Smith jokes in front of Will Smith lately. I mean, that whole, oh man, that whole night was just one of those just unbelievable nights. What I found just so incredible was the responses like basically treating Jada Pinkett Smith as if she was disabled. And as I wait a minute, yes, she has alopecia, but she's an incredibly gorgeous woman, like off the charts, gorgeous. So having like all of the having somehow handicapped people finding solidarity with this woman who had to undergo Chris Rock with a GI Jane joke. It was amazing. Although I do have to say, Will Smith definitely did a good job picking Chris Rock to be the guy that he was going to stand up to because Chris Rock is an legendary comedian, but he's not a legendary fighter. I don't know what Chris Rock record is in the street. So if you're going to go after a guy to stand up for the honor of your lady, it's got to be a guy like Chris Rock. As somebody I'm married, I've dated women in the past. I've made the mistake of standing up for my woman to complete strangers, like dudes and bars who got out of line. And I had no idea what I was walking into. I should have done the Will Smith move and like research the guy. For my gal. You stand right there, buddy. I gotta take 15 minutes on my iPhone and if you check out, you're in a heap of trouble. Exactly. All right. Go to come back and talk some more about Lou Perez and his book, that joke isn't funny anymore. The death and rebirth of comedy that subtitle is quite intriguing. His website is the Lou Perez dot com and he's host of the looper's podcast. Well, 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6. So there give us a call and we'll promise not to take down your name and home phone number and harass you in the middle of the night. We'll be back in the morning. Former president Trump just made a big post to his true social and east praising dick Morris new book, the return. Trump says dick Morris bestseller is a great book and urges you to get it. The return reveals Trump is running again and will even win. It's even predicted recent events. The return alleges that big media big tech and the deep state have formed a secret alliance to stop Trump no matter what, but Morris predicts they will fail. Trump calls the return, fantastic, and dick Morris is a real pro and newsmax says the return is the book of the year. Already, an

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"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:50 min | 4 d ago

"lou perez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Funny anymore. To which I guess I would have to ask gee Lu, why not? Hey, Jim, well, thank you so much for having me on. Sure. And this is a I feel like I'm dreaming right now because I have a two year old and a ten month old to usually I'm snoozing right now. But if I am dreaming, I'm happy to be talking to you. Well, I'll make you feel right at home. We'll call you at 3 a.m. just to make sure that you feel at home. Sure. Thank you. Thank you so much. Yeah. With my book that joke isn't funny anymore. I've been doing comedy for going on 20 years now. And what I've noticed is back in the back in when I first started comedy, there used to be an understanding that a comedian would try material would take on subjects that might be a little naughty. It might be stuff that you're not supposed to go after, sacred cows, if you will. And some of the stuff would work. Other stuff might not work, but you move on because the idea was you were trying to find the funny and trying to make people laugh. Yeah, Lenny Bruce, for example, Richard Pryor, Joan Rivers. I mean, right on, yeah, all the great, and it seems like nowadays, though, a comedy is put under a microscope where you have quite a few comedians out there who are afraid to take on certain topics. Because if they don't want to deal with any potential blowback and I want to get back to the days of taking chances again with comedy. Yeah, I have to ask one thing. The cancel culture people, the politically correct people, I don't care anything about those people. You know, if you're at a comedy club someplace, I'll just go to the club. I mean, is it a problem getting bookings? Is it a problem, hosting television shows? I mean, somebody, I guess, must care what these people think. I don't. And I think a lot of other people don't either, and I must confess this whole notion of bowing down in genuflecting to these idiots. I certainly don't, and I don't know anybody who does. Yeah, and I think that's something to be very hopeful about too, because the audiences are out there for comedy for funny Canadians. And now we live in a time where it's so much easier for a comedian to be able to build an audience to find people who actually want to see them and want to support them. And go out there and do it. So we're in these times where it sometimes seems like a contradiction where it seems like this insanely loud vocal minority is having so much sway over the powers that be. But in reality, we're able to sort of circumvent all those gatekeepers and do our own thing. And in cater to people like yourself who's like, hey, I want to come out and I want to I want to laugh. I don't want to deal with this stuff. Podcasts alone. I mean, there are just so many so many ways now to be heard and to be seen. I mean, you know, for me to be told, you know, Lou Perez, he's been banned by so and so, that, in my mind, I checked the box that says, though, we got to check to see the next time he's in my area. I mean, that is an advertisement to hear him. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, it's sort of like, hey, a freak show is coming to town. Well, not necessarily a freak show, but a funny show has come into town in peace a little freaky world so what? I'm a little freaky too, you know. How am I going to go was it that Jerry Seinfeld said, I'm not doing college campuses anymore. Yeah, I forget what year it was, but I often hear that brought up, but it makes me wonder when Jerry Seinfeld, when was the last time he did a college, a college that could afford him? Well, certainly. I mean, you have to wonder whether that was strictly a matter of early cancel culture or simply the fact that there are no buildings on college campuses, large enough for a Seinfeld audience. But I mean, he sounded pretty sincere at the time. I remember he was pretty outspoken. About the fact that it's not worth it to go to jump through the hoops. Yeah, but there was a case a couple of years back of a comedian who was doing the stand up set. I believe that Columbia University and I forget how many minutes he got into, but he ended up doing a pretty vanilla joke. And they ended up cutting his mic, like right in the middle of his set. They didn't even allow him to finish it. And you think about your head spins that it's like, you book the guy. Yeah. You signed a contract. He's there, he's doing his act, and then you're going to jump in and stop him. I guess what to protect all those. All those virgin ears that have never heard anything like that before. Yeah, yeah, exactly. And I have to say, unfortunately, I've had very good experiences with college audiences. I happen to perform for college groups like students for liberty, young Americans, for liberty. Generally, I do really well with college groups who are very pro free speech. And that's something that's something to be hopeful for the growth of free speech movements on college campuses. Young people who are saying, no, no, we want to hear this stuff and we believe that we have a right to hear it and we do that others have a right to hear it. In that tragically ironic that you're looking at the growth of support for free speech on college campuses, this is supposed to be the very epicenter of support for free speech. And at some point in our history, I guess it was certainly not recently, but at some point, my memory is that, in fact, college campuses were where you could go to find free speech wasn't always pretty, wasn't always nice, but it was free speech in these days. Good heavens. The sanitizing homogenizing that takes place, I mean, have you ever had to audition, let's say a college campus, you know, we want to hear your material so go

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"I think you get a lot of stuff back at the end as far as pension and goes and all that I wasn't necessarily compelled on it. I i i remember hearing about them. Having you know free college And all that but then when you when you realize oh yeah. The college is actually. Aren't that good. You nice and other kids over here kids over here get a foreign program in the united states so you can have future and and also there's you know the reality is like a country like sweden you know. There's a a a cohesion there social cohesion there because they're sweets all whereas here world different people people come here for reason was emotional cohesion. Now now there's a far right movement there because they feel like the social cohesion falling apart as a result immigration. But that's another story for another time. I was expecting to see a lot more blondes there but i saw the case. No a few darkies and that that is this -ociety falling apart. Oh yeah i got my twenty-three mean i got some the end with all me. You got it all what does that. What does the book come out. Kid at all The books should drop next year. April april twenty twenty two. Okay april twenty twenty two. We'll be looking out for. It's not joke is not funny anymore. That joke isn't funny anymore. It's based on smith's song. I see i googled. I google the title of your book. And all i could find. Was this man. I was curious. Why did you have to google it. Why didn't you just know that just wanted to see if it was real. It was a real book. But it's a smith song. That joke isn't funny anymore. It's too close to home to your the oil. that's my smith. Moore's he sounds like he's gargling. He gets that go. i wouldn't call it gargling. Just just general mounting. But it's just generalize. The moaning lee to clean the pallet every every week ending muslim. Good news what's got you optimistic or hopeful for us around down. Yes so my wife is do with our To give birth or second child at the end of this month. The end of october That's something that has been really helpful. There are a lot of kids are our future. There are a lot of doom and gloom people out there who think that you know this is armageddon. The basically secular. You know apocalyptic People and where you know we already have. We have a son and we have another one on the way. And i think these are brilliant times to be growing up in and i Definitely more of a you know cheers to life and to. Let's let's live with laugh and let's not let the laughing. Love live laugh and lacking to be your next. This is gonna stand up. So this is my. This is my fault we've been. We've been renovating our house right. So we've been staying with my inlaws for the past two months every single time..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Well what's so the piece that i read in the guardian about it. There were things that were that. Were just wow just blew my mind. One that the of jordan has a lot of money right. So the king of jordan you know a monarchy has a lot of money that was that was pretty wild and they repeated this a few times in the article. What these people are doing isn't illegal right. Yeah it's at the top of the article and the bond by the way no no allegation of criminal activity but this cachet of like eleven point nine million vials from companies that include. I mean what there were. There was elton. John and here zolt renzo. Ringo starr a bunch of royals and prime ministers from the ukraine to like you mentioned jordan that they all put their money off shores to avoid the tax regimes in their own countries. Because that's what anybody would run. I mean i guess. I'm not that interested in enrich people like i'm not like like celebrities in particular like a lot of people were interested in like celebrity sex tapes and stuff like that. Not you know. I would be. I would be more interested in watching like a celebrity like a celebrity couple of having an argument in public. I got much rather watch them. Fight than you than the other stuff like this stuff like you know. They have this much money on. Don't really care. But i think it would be interesting just to see all the hypocrites. I think that's something you know. A dump like this could actually get out all these the hypocrisy and it's sort of like in in the states when it comes to You know politicians being against school choice and it turns out. Oh they have four kids in private school. It's like i did. I did learn something though. Through through the pandora papers. So they've got fourteen offshore service providers that are cited in the league to provide corporate services to individuals and companies looking to move their money. But i did not know that. The lightly regulated tax havens. Include one the british virgin islands panama the cook islands. And the us state of south dakota. So i wonder if like the king of jordan is putting his money with kristi nome in south dakota. That's weird even in the united states. Let's go to south dakota and why aren't the other states. You know coming on board. I mean it seems like texas florida would be like no. There's no way that you're going to the tax haven. We're going to be the tax states. And i mean this. I think it's just always like it's the intentions versus reality was socialists There's always going to be a natural reaction to these kind of high tax regimes. And they just ignore it every single time like you did a documentary for we the internet. It was last year. It was on On socialism was on sweeter socialism in particular right. Yeah it was five reasons why we need sweden's democratic socialism. So i flew all the way to sweden to find out that they're not socialist or democratic socialist. They are a market based Welfare state that taxes. Everyone very very high. We'll tell me more about what you learned like. What are the mess. What what is the came in understandings will. Some of the key missed a key. Misunderstandings are just like only the rich. Pay the pay the most taxes. And that's just not not the reality. So in the united states we get sold this bill of goods at everything that we want all we have to do is just tax billionaires..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Kind of idea that would underpin a comedy op would basically be that people get to set their own ticket prices to perform at that club so for you to go and do a night of stand-up and you have no name recognition. Nobody's ever seen you. You get to set the ticket price and the value for what you do. Which i i mean. I suppose that feels nice to say like all right. Well you know my time is worth this much. but then there's no aspirations sort of baked into this idea. don't people when they pursuing a comedian they generally would like to be a well-known comedian. That has a huge following because they framed that is the problem that competition and people shooting for the stars. Is the problem with comedy today. Wh what's come down to like the theory of Labor theory of value. Or i forget something like that. Sounds like a real idea that someone is once said yeah. We'll just like this idea. Like i've been doing comedy for for twenty years right and some of the stuff that i've worked my hardest on put my most the most hours in and i put it out there and it fails right and then you have stuff where i just throw it out there and it does well and it just. That's just how it goes like. There's no guarantee because you worked really hard at this thing that there's a market for you that other people are going to see value in what you do and that's just something we have to. We have to deal with. And i think rather than you know trying to Create this This space where. That's not a reality. You know You have to deal with and you have to adapt and see what you can see what you can do. I think like the mindset of the socialist comedian in los angeles is two things one. They think the first of their kind. They think no one has ever tried this before with have never been beaten next wandering los angeles before trying to tear down the capitalistic systems. That run the united states And then too they also just Genuinely don't believe that human nature sort of a set thing they believe like people's incentives can be molded to whatever their policies are going to be and it guides everything from the way they would approach doing comedy that people can be shaped to also how they would run a country like how they would actually enact socialist policy high tax regimes right. Did you see the panama papers. Drop the other day of. Dora was where you thought it was four years ago was the panama papers. And then this week The guardian dropped the pandora paper. So this big data dump that was pulled together Leaks i guess. Right of the wealthiest people in the world and cataloging where they put their money and it's framed as if it's some sort of breaking news story that rich people do this but of course it's only interesting if you don't already think that when people are taxed super high in whatever country they're going to put their money elsewhere because that's what people do..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Seal the nail into the coffin for a lotta these clubs but these people are then tying it to the history of exclusion and white supremacy that is baked into these institutions without ever having to present any evidence for besides that they don't like the people don't think that they're funny. Yeah the the times we live in. It's a double edged sword right so Right now you can put out your material right for the world to see which is great because you get to prove how good you are. Now if you're not good then you're going to have material saying you're not that funny. So that's what these people are dealing with to like. I don't think you can claim that you're being excluded shut out and pushed out and all that if you're not funny so i say like show your work right and chances are you probably suck and you're looking for any reason for why you're being excluded outside of just admitting that you suck me like last night when i performed a not everything killed you know not everything went over well but i'll bill kristol. Kill bill chris. Oh is a lot of on billy. Low below. Yeah but i like to make sure that. There's at least a few videos of being funny. So when i tell people yeah you know. I'm funny. I've been funny before. They actually believe me so. That's where we're having the. I think the general attitude between people who wanna start a a comedy coop underpinned by socialist values. They don't believe in market response sort of as part of how they view the world. They don't view they're being demand for a certain kind of product as merit for actually doing it so they just want people to applaud whether or not they've actually done something that is funny. I mean this article just riddled with all of these. Just almost parents almost parody itself. I mean it is like state. they're asked Whether or not. There's going to be censorship at this club because it's going to be run by committees there's not gonna be owners but instead of having a single ownership hierarchical structure and then employees. There's gonna be committees running the club and there is of course going to be a committee that deals with whether or not jokes are insensitive to people Would you like to be on that committee. I mean maybe for a day. I would actually pay not to be a part of any of this. I if they if they needed just like you know. Maybe there is a future where you know where that we collective is all of the industries. And that i am sent to the improv camp. Where i i am forced to perform and take suggestions and all that if i can pay not to be involved in. That might be a good the interview. The interviewer asked these These guys so there's this misinformed idea that when people hear socialist or worker cooperative they think censorship and don't worry the comedy co op has a plan for that he responds. What's important to me is to be solution oriented if someone screws up on stage which of course like what does it mean to screw up stage and by whom we're not gonna kick them out. There's going to be accountability..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"They're not going to offer improv classes. Because improv classes are part of a mike a hierarchical structure right. They talk about it in this piece as if how does someone decide what is funny. How do you go to an improv teacher. And they tell you what makes people laugh. That's wrong and you're kind of making the case like i. It's kind of in the middle here like whether or not that kind of system is actually good. Have you done classes before you find it valuable. Oh yeah i mean. I i got my. I got my start in college. Doing improv and sketch comedy. And i was very fortunate in two thousand and four thousand five to start at the upright citizens brigade theater in new york city and at that time it you never knew what was going to happen on stage. It was really exciting. An eye opening as far as like what was possible with comedy. And i think when it comes to improv improv gets you know people make fun of it a lot and it's sort of. It's kind of like a throwaway joke. Like sort of like nickelback nickelback and improv. And all that. And one of the. I think one of the problems is people haven't seen good improv. Or great improv. And the fact of the matter is when you see great improv. It's like magic. It's it's unreal. What happens and i was fortunate to be coming up at a time where that was happening. All the time at the upright citizens brigade theater. And what's what's pretty obvious with all of these discussions. That have happened over the over the past couple of years where my old theater. The ucb is being being called an institution of of white supremacy and oppression. And all that. This is improv. This improv we're talking about. Nobody's forcing you to do improv right. Nobody is forcing you to do that. People's parents are dying for them to become improv artists. Whenever kids go off to college their parents the first thing they ask is. Will you be taking an improv class. Because i just really was hoping this for your future. Yeah it's so wild to hear all this stuff like oh. There's a lack of diversity in an improv. is there i. i do kind of have an impression of who frequents improv clubs. And it's scrawny malnourished white people sometimes with dreadlocks and generally. Just don't your goofy white into improv. And yet that's that's us into it and over the years it's like look for the most part black people and latinos and all that they're not into improv. That's okay be into what you're into and it's so funny just to see like you know the the demographic of improvisers of color where it's like. Well you guys all went to college. You guys all have the same references as all the other white people here when you get up and do a scene. It's not like it's not like your take on. Harry potter is somehow so different. You know then then this white dude who you graduated with them the same class. It's silly and it's sort of like you know it's it's almost like with with all the protests and people taking to the streets people were looking around saying what can i do to be a part of the struggle. What can i do to to show my voice. All i got is improv. So that's what i'm gonna do. And i mean that's of what the entire couching of this article is about as the in this time of of reckoning ever since the george floyd killing everyone's trying to figure out how to do their part including comedy clubs in comedy clubs have kind of been decline across the country in part just because of time and then also because of cova really kinda.

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Here is not a far right. Radical you know worksheets them going back and changing the study after getting like blowback online. I kind of feel. I don't know i react negatively against that. Were unlikely you know if you've got something to say it like this is your research grad and put it out like. Why are you going to get feedback from twitter about the people who you cited in your study. Put out your research and let people talk about whether or not. It's right or wrong. Why i think some of the people whose research the used they were also critic and they're like wait a minute. These distorting our work. That is it exactly. But you know you think about it. I'm like here. You have academics from From harvard from university of pennsylvania from all over the place so obviously a lotta money that went into this study. You know and it's just strange to be a part of any study to begin with but it's also what is the goal of it and From the conclusions that i read they basically saying like a The the far right of the alright is not actually growing But the anti woke side is growing right. Which i think is a pretty good thing you know when you have people that you know the idea that you don't have to be a far right maniac to be anti woke. You could be a moderate you can be left liberal and be able to call out this stuff so i think it's a good sign. Do you sort of feel like. There's an element of the debate. Going going on in comedy. That is sort of tired and just rehash generation over generation about. There's always going to be some comedians who prefer to play to people's ins and kind of be rude and crude and like polka people. And then there's going to be people who wanna like do situational comedy do skits about how like making breakfast. Went wrong for them that morning. And there's a market for everybody out there and we really get hung up on. Is this a good time to be a comedian. Now and i think that's the question that people in your line of work are always getting asked is at the wrong question I don't know if it's necessarily the wrong question. I mean one thing is We have so much variety now and it's so so much easier for a artists to find their audience. So if you are someone who is into you know. Cringe humor whatever. Well it's it's there for you and you can go. You can go get it more. Most importantly you can support it So that's the thing that i'm very happy about. The problem is when you have people I feel like a lot of people feel like Sort of over the years. If you've taken like an improv class right and you've been through all these different levels of improvisation and it's almost like you feel like you're accredited in comedy so you know comedy therefore your sensibilities gives you the right to judge what other people do say that you actually have a should have a say in whether or not they're allowed to do And i think that's the big problems when you're trying to shut people down who you know. They're just not your speed. There's just not so. I'm glad you brought up the issue of like getting training for comedy and actually going through improv classes. Because you sent me this article in the la. And i got it here because it was the funniest thing that i've read all weeks. I recommend everybody to search this article up. Can the future of comedy be found socialism in the los angeles times. And i mean there's there's just so much in here. But one of the primary things is that this cohort of far left. Comedians in l. a. are basically going to be starting a co-op comedy club owned by the people and the workers in the comedians themselves..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"How youtube sort of functions as a radicalization machine and one of the gateway drugs is Is right wing comedy or just or just non. Political non woke comedy. I don't know how you describe. If yeah think it was the study was titled like a right wing of the growth of right wing echo chambers on youtube and Yeah so we the internet. Tv was was labeled far-right on this on this On this thing and at the time. I i've recently been. Let go from the program and a married. And i had a kid. And i'm like oh if if people start thinking that i'm far right you know. Maybe they're not gonna wanna hire me to do anything. I ended up writing a response to that. And unfortunately for me I was in pretty good company in the far right section of the of the study. I was there with Sam harris and brett weinstein and joe rogan and a number of other other groups. Yeah so the idea w kind of cast out leftists right. All those people consider themselves to be left liberals who just happen to be in favor of free speech. Yeah and Fortunately i was able to get in touch with some of the authors. So the the addition that everyone saw was reprint so i got in touch with With the authors and they finally had a had the final published and the final published version of the study is very different as a different title. There's no longer a listing or anything like that and the you know. The work that i did was basically like considered like anti woke. Oh well that sounds a little better than far. Why did they make the changes to the study. Or the way that it was being talked about so it was because of all the pushback that they got from people like brett weinstein which which he was the first one that i saw who shared a study on on twitter and when i was talking to one of the authors over email he said you know. This is I would say this is a good example of science working right like we put something out there we. We took all of the criticism. And we we. We made changes and mike. Yeah you know but the problem is the original. Reprint is still out there to read what was finally published. It's behind a paywall and you have to pay ten bucks so if you want to spend ten dollars to read a very boring dense thing that is basically saying..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"What the heck is an outright comedy echo chamber and our socialist comedy clubs in los angeles. The answer we're gonna talk about that in the pandora papers as well. Celebrity fight tapes with comedian. Lou perez formerly of we the internet tv. I'm steven kent. And you're watching right now wanna set last night before you came and join us here in. Dc you were moderating not moderating your opening the bill kristol over. Scott horton foreign policy debate and so i was a i was the warm up. Act the warm comedy. Act for debate about war. Which is every comedian's dream the people who are really big into drone strikes on weddings. It's just things possible. While i was at one point i i guess i have to pull the audience and be like you know who here is pro war and then here's antiwar and there weren't that many antiwar people i was like whoa i. He's built in the debate. Claimed to be antiwar you know. I think i think he changed. He changed views. And so sarah's more wars so that we can have less wars and moore's veterans to think. So what did you think of that debate. Though i mean you you got to actually observe. I feel like this is a debate that we've all wanted to actually see bill. Kristol defend some of his his views and influence in the neoconservative foreign policy establishment for all these years. How did it go for him. I have to admit. I performed my wife. Who's eight months. Pregnant was in the audience and i only watched the opening salvos of both Bill kristol and scott horton. I'm gonna check out the rest of the debate which i probably should have done before coming here. You know. and you just laying on me I think i think it was. It was really interesting. I think bill was kinda according to the openers..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

Hey B*tch!

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"For me to. I don't care elise the thousand dollars to go into a porta potties. Up ten thousand other. Snl life it's okay so you go five dollars. It's just take a deep breath right and if it's quite on top and maybe only halfway into the poop putin is just the corner you gotta do is just just reach in you. Don't you touched pooh-poohed stick your hand into allowed to make rules and lou perez. These original question wasn't important potty. So we've escalated allen saying we're all one hundred dollars yeah all right porta potty. Ten thousand dollars in ziplock bag it's steep. Oh gosh this is. This is after coachella festival three days. How drunk am i sober shit. No this is drunk shits to yeah festival shit in the desert bus. You risk high. Or what about like the slumdog millionaire scene where he likes a pile of shit. Oh never seen to get that picture. Yeah what if it was assignation. I feel like a lot of guys would probably answer this differently. They'd be like. I'll fucking stick my hand in some shit for a few thousand dollars. I mean these crazies guys are grow less. they don't care where they put their zinc like it's going to go to who it's meant to go to the university of wanna give it were. I'll make my own money. Wash off some shit and it's also not that hard to eventually make ten thousand dollars. I just ruined session right off. Anyways can move on deep focus. It's easy to wash some coachella porta potty. The blue thirties. He vomit vomit for ten thousand. Like i'm gonna vomit. Because i'm going to stick my second hand. Still meals puke for free so i would puke for fucking ten thousand dollars pew. I not your puke for free. You wouldn't wanna just no insulin time. It's more about like the seeing like feces under your name. I know like when you eat jalapenos or you're shopping pain. It stays in there for a while even when you're not shower improperly chemicals to. You're gonna have a blue as hand asti probably stick your hand and bleach flick. It's not that hard to clean it up cheese What is it the hand sanitizing go five hundred dollars in a clean toilet bowl final offer. Okay okay how about a serious one. Okay my pocket thing. it's not. I mean and it's not that fucking deadly serious but it's just like lemon serious mode less less bed okay. How about this one. Would you rather reverse one decision you make every day or be able. So you have the option you can reverse one decision you make every day you get that option or you can stop time for one hour each day. Oodles sometimes thank the twenty fifth hour and the day. Yes i wish i. The days had like fifty hours. I always feel so overwhelmed. By how fast time goes. I have a question actually is the decision. Must you reverse it as soon as you make it or can you see how peg all day and then reverse it our at yeah until midnight. One decision was made will not until like the. You have the decision at seven. Pm used only have till midnight if you made it at seven am you only have until midnight so in the in one twenty four hour span you can reverse one decision you made in that previous twenty four hours got it like you. Don't get to let it play out for a few weeks. i think i'd go with the decision. One really yeah. Decisions have made lately. That you're like i wish i could have changed today. It's not that i it's not that it's not even that is just that i don't really need the extra hour shower either. I'm with you. i really don't eat that. So i'm like i'd rather pick the other one. Yeah 'cause like. I do a lot of things where i like. Put my foot in my mouth. I say things. I didn't mean to say or didn't play out the way i wanted it to wait. I didn't really mean it like that. Now you feel this way. Like if i just erase that gas station and then do that game. That would be much more powerful for me than just to stop time for an hour. It's like a fuck off. Yeah that's actually a good idea. I think i would do the choice. Changing thing whatever to. Because even if i did have an extra arms and wasted onto talking to your nose sleeping all productive as you nikki. I feel like. I never have enough hours in the day to do all the things i want to do. In a day. I also. I feel like i take a long time to make decisions if they're big decisions. You don't have enough time because you take too long. Play analyze everything so then when i make the decision if it's wrong them i have to grow and learn from that mistake if i reverse it. Then there's no less in there so you still get. You still know what you did. Yeah you just get to reverse it. Yeah i really like that idea about just having like different like you could try out different ways of saying things because sometimes i call. I'll just speak out of like my ask. I don't really think about what it is. And i'm saying earlier formulate the words and i'm just i just like fucking ward vomit and then obviously like that. That doesn't pan out as great. If i would just sit there. Think about it. I'm like what's the best way. I can actually say this. I don't. i don't really do that a lot. Yeah so But whenever i do it does have good results. So then if i if i end up doing one of those impulsive times where i'm like oh shit. I just said that to have the option to reverse that decision and then actually think about like a weight. That actually did not pan out very well. Let me try this other route. I would totally pick that thinking. Something super simple like. I didn't didn't really like.

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"lou perez" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"Was one of six games released for the super scope six on the ritual cartridge. I do have one. Yeah man my brother. That's all he had to have the super scope six. Oh my god. I gotta have the super scope six. He would say every day before christmas and then he got it. We're like super scope six. Hell yeah and we played it. Today's hair console was a game cube. Long life ahead of you. That's that's got everybody as well. It was just like one of those. Yeah it's one of those things. Where i just immediately just got like back problems and like hunch down a little more. Oh one. more hair fell out pair. I found a. I found a picture of this thing. It straight up looks like something from a hospital. It looks like one of the least fun per it's entirely gray and this japanese and it's just a little it looks like something they click on somebody when they're in a hospital bed is like little little toe clip thing felt. You have to pick the jelly that they put on. I mean i more serious funds. I wonder if there's like a through line from that kind of thing to what the rings it is now and what. The joy console played a lot of fed and it's got after every exercise. You put your thumb over it until your heart rate albany calories you burned and all these other things and it's not injury. They're not injuring you with teeth anymore. That's right until ring fit to which has spikes is on fire. It's definitely come in. They'll be a ring fit to. I feel like man. It's such a huge hit. But i other outside of work. I don't know anybody who hasn't which is so weird. That's all the people. Oh also. I don't know anybody outside our on. His only four copies of the game sold in maine. Is that true. What is that is. Yeah i just got got the numbers in this. Did you have the guest improv. Talk with numbers. Well that's right right is on. Let's not talk numbers. Well we won't talk numbers. We'll talk bomb rush cyber funk which is coming in two thousand twenty all messed up. And i said a number. I'm sorry this is a exclusive. Well a timed switch exclusive i. I don't know if anybody else watched the trailer for this. But this is jet. Set radio but instead of roller blades skateboards and i mean like if you told me this was just a new jet set. Radio game i would one million percent leave you. There's no here seth they're clearly telling you that it is one. Yeah even got the composer Was he hideki. Naga numa from from jet-set or yes from the title the game. It's i just spun rush cyber funk. What is that at. The exact amount of syllables like a. Yeah like this is getting into that. Part of your brain goes but this is one of those things. It's sort of like no one's you know like the original ban stop recording so the the cover band is touring basically. Oh yeah so. You mean like toys. In the attic new england's premier aerosmith cover band. That's exactly what. I was thinking of specifically that reference. Only you understand that. I was there to you. There's like three people who know me in maine so they all appreciate all you think. It's weird though. I think it's weird that they didn't change a little more about it right. Like if you get their advantage clones advance wars clones and they changed the characters or they create a medieval setting or something but is just jet grind line. I think okay. I feel like in the last five or six years. There's been a lot of love for the jet set vibe but from the indian community but nothing quite explicit but like games that are implementing scares a lot more skateboarding game things like with pump like color aesthetics or this kind of art style or that kind of music. Or you know running around to just things like borrow things from jet set where you're describing the game and it's like xyz jet-set. I don't know. I think it's not surprising that we finally got a game. That is just more jetsam because people clearly have a lot of love for that game. I see come up with people are talking about soundtracks that they live and very elated. I haven't played it since it came out. And i still like the music still ahead like you. Just go beam be. You know like it's just comes back. When you see the visuals. We can actually exclusively revealed. The hair is doing the entire soundtrack for this game And he will be beat boggling and mouthing all of the song so if you like that last thirty seconds yet ready and he's now i actually never played the the jet radio games when they were on gm cast. But i did make it to the the world within when it came to see like many many years later and i was like man idiot for never having Sooner i know my brother's like obsessed with it so he's gonna be very excited so it job adam ahead so you know. A lot of people didn't plan right. Yeah that's the thing is like. They're so beloved but they didn't exactly set the world of of sales on fire. Bummer but who knows maybe bum rush sabir funk. It's an indie game. It'll do it'll do all right for an indie game especially one on switch got just Next game i'm very excited about. This is one of the ones i'm most excited about. And i'm gonna tell you why because on this very program on this show not this episode but on this program antenna voice chat many months ago in this game was in the zeitgeist which i know i pronounce properly. I lost my train of thought. Oh yeah i said you know. What's a fun game lou perreault. I hope that comes to the nintendo switch in by god. Nintendo dreams really do come true. This game is this game is owned my life for like three weeks when it first came out all. I did as soon as i got off. I just played this game. I love luperio. And i fell off of it because i can't play in bed and that's a that's a critical part of gaming for me is to be able to play right before i fall asleep in friend does injury come through. You just have to wait. So lou hero coming out well. Somebody told me. When this came hours i played this. I love lou perez. Somebody told me when this first came out. Oh it's a it's a great game to have on on lake your second monitor while you're working on something great. Well i thought. I downloaded it and i think i was working on like some some other unrelated podcast stuff one evening or something doing some research or something and i was trying to get that done and i turned luke bureau bureau and it is not a good game to have on your son hours. You like. I have to micromanage my little man or woman or person by my little my little friend. My little hero doing loops living. I can't luke again. Not i can't not micromanagement loop piero. I have to sit there and pause the game. Every couple of pause in the pas mechanic and position things and like make. Sure everything's okay and make sure. I'm not going to die on this loop i i. It sucked me in for like hours this evening. I was doing this. And i'm like no okay. I'm just going to play this game. I'm not going to try to use it as a second monitor thing running in the background. That doesn't work very good. It's very lucky. I didn't finish it but i i'll man is is very very addictive. Yeah i also did not finish. I don't know what happened. I just fell off completely like it was all i can think about for a couple of weeks a couple three weeks and then sort of forgot to play it again but now it's on it's gonna consumed my life unintended switches to the perfect nintendo switch game. It's got this great sort of like amiga. Pc sort of style like old school windows..

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"lou perez" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Something elite. Or something like that got damn an asshole. I introduced her to speak to. She was very nice Not not a Not taking any shots at her at all but she was on this panel. Scott horton and she was basically arguing for mill. On behalf of the us empire the of civilizations and that radical islam needs to be defeated and scott just like politely and and in a non hostile way just ate her lunch like just hand every point that she had he was just like not well. Here's what happened. Here's what happened in. Here's what happened and here's why you're completely wrong. It was just so beautiful. The watchman everybody who was there. I know that this was like this. Became the talk of the festival was just this this panel where scott horton just owned the entire room There were these moments there. I wish i could The rewatch it but there were these moments. Where like she said. At one point she was talking about the goodness of america. And how we have to spread the goodness of america around the world and scott goes. He goes the national security. State is the worst part of america. And i'll like there's no way i wanna spread around the world. The cia should be abolished and it was just like the way he put. It was and it's in front of this like very largely pouring out. It's like getting a baptized cleanse. That's the goodness that we're bringing people will right right. Yeah biden's trying to heal souls and instead of holy water we have drone missiles like yeah. It's just a nice friendly baptist. But when she was. I saying her things like at the beginning. She was getting big applause in the room. Like so much of the room was on her and it was just beautiful. The watch them get just served like let me just cry. Your jaw open and take a nice heaping. Spoonful of scott horton medicine. Swallow this down. It's going to be a bitter pill but it was amazing and by the end of it he was just. I felt like he had just one over the room. That's just beautiful. I hope. I hope they post that for everyone to see online. Somewhere do a panel with dave rubin and some other people. That was just really fun. julie borowski was there on the panel and lou perez and just like a comedy panel thing. That was a lot of fun. I okay. There's a few other ones like no naomi. Wealth gave a really great speech on cova tyranny and vaccine passports and that was super cool to see like a Like a lifelong democrat liberal feminist. Even being out. I thought another one's having all the miscarriages so that's right. I think she's passed that at that point in her life but she was. But you know what i'm saying like it's just more powerful than no matter. What arguments we make me and you being a couple of libertarians. of course we're against the government intervention republicans. Of course they oppose what all the democrats are doing but when you have a lifelong liberal democrat. Who's getting up there and saying like this is like like we are. We are giving up on everything. Good about the states of america. If we go down this this road is just really powerful. And so i really blown away by how Impressive how impressive. She was all right guys. Let's take a quick second. Thank our sponsor for today's show. Which is harry's everybody.

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"lou perez" Discussed on Soul02

Soul02

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"lou perez" Discussed on Soul02

"And welcome to soul to this is Lou Perez and this is the podcast that is putting back oxygen to the Christian. Walk once old at the time and so glad to be with you today and we we Have been talking about the idea of undervaluing things or taking things lightly that are meaningful in this case truth and There was once a man on a beach getting a Suntan and a person walked up to him and threw him a life raft. The van laughed and said I don't need this a minute later. Another person walked up to him and threw a liferaft at the man. The man said I told people I don't need this. What are you crazy? I'm safe on the shore. I'm getting a Suntan. What is the matter with you? So you can kind of fill in the blanks. As as to how such compensation might go a third person approached the man and through a life raft at him. Now he's angry and wondering what is wrong with these people will keep throwing liferafts at me. He shrugged it off as you went into the water to cool down at that moment a a massive undertow cold him out to sea with surprising force leaving him very far from the shore. Lifeguards were blowing whistles and people worth running towards the shore trying to get his attention suddenly. He spots offend in the water but dismissed it. There it is again. He thought and he said to himself in horror as yet another Finn emerged. He looked around only to realize that he was surrounded by sharks and had no chance of being rescued just when he began mouthing his last prayers. He heard the faint sound of a motor getting closer. Thank God it was a boat and the person in the boat approached him and threw him a life raft. Now suddenly the man shouted for joy and gladly took that life raft. So what changed in this in a scenario well when he was on the beach and he threw him liferafts. He didn't realize how lost he was yet but when he got into the water and he's surrounded by sharks then he realizes you know what I need. This and the question is this today our our life rafts being thrown at me right now in my life but maybe I'm bristling at them because I claim I don't need them a more happy and I'm okay. You know things are going well. We can be lost and not even know it. We have surrounded ourselves and found security may be in our traditions in our even our some of our faith. Traditions are cataclysms and even our good works or our our ideas that where humanity is enough to save itself and this is why God throws liferafts at us even when we think we're okay because without him we're not gonNA make it when we were out there in the deepest waters of our life and we have nothing to hold onto. All of our wisdom fails US PEOPLE. Fail us. People betray us. Circumstances Change we lose people we love. He's the only one that can throw us that life raft is the only one who can help us. Let's why he has to show us how lost we are before we can be found if I were to call this something today. This this these thoughts I'm sharing is lost and found. We had the no loss to be our before. God can find us. We have the know how that without him as the word says we can do nothing. But there's another verse that says I can do.

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