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Fresh update on "luis" discussed on Charlie Brennan
"Don't think you have to. I see it. Have one who's a senior in high school now and then I know so many other parents in grade school, grammar, school and teachers as well. It's a lose lose situation. You got to suck it up and get him back in the classroom, the best possibly way if there's an underlying condition, I get it, But that's not the case. In most cases, I love the teachers getting a shot. They go back to class. Allen West next Um For over 20 years, 97 1 has been a haven of free speech and ST Louis and we're still here because of you. 97 1 FM talk We're seeing Luis comes to talk. Fox News Coming Terry, Dishonest talking point from Team.
The Timothy Leary Conviction
"On january twenty first nineteen seventy former harvard professor and so called priest of lsd timothy. Leary was sentenced to ten years in prison on drug smuggling charges but in september of that year. The fifty year-old academic broke out of a san luis obispo facility with the help of the weatherman. The daring escape only added to the mystique of the man president. Nixon wants declared the most dangerous man in america. But just what made leery so dangerous. Well it might not surprise you. That richard nixon may have been exaggerating for his own political game according to authors. Bill minna tag. Leo and stephen l davis nixon's advisors suggested he find a public enemy to distract the public from his own flagging approval rating the war in vietnam and the struggling economy. They leary a prominent figure in the counterculture movement and because the former professor was a proud exponent of hallucinogenic drug use. The president's ir fit right in with his war on drugs narrative timothy leary was something of a self appointed spokesperson for the benefits of drug use. Which heat enjoyed since one thousand nine hundred sixty after an experimental magic mushrooms trip. The already noted psychologist became excited about the possibilities. Mushrooms and similar drugs had on the human brain during his tenure. At harvard he conducted academic experiments on the effects of hallucinogens. Drawing the attention and admiration of other notable nineteen sixties figures famed authors. Like gin berg and jack kerouac willingly participated in leary's experiments and it was perhaps their involvement that catapulted the professor onto the national stage before long leary was touring the country speaking about his research and reportedly brushing up against the rich and famous inevitably a backlash arrived. Leary's teaching colleagues criticized his experimentation with lsd. They believed research of that. Nature should be left to medical doctors not psychologists meanwhile psychology experts who once lauded leary's earlier work now made it clear that his drug centered experiments were less praiseworthy. Despite these blows leary insisted that taking lsd was quote a sacramental ritual one that could expand human consciousness. Harvard university did not agree and fired him in nineteen sixty three but by that stage leary had a new life. He was a counterculture touchstone for the masses and a legitimizing scientific voice in the pro drug movement. He rubbed shoulders with marilyn monroe and sang with john. Lennon and yoko ono in short he was a powerful voice advocating for drug use throughout the nineteen sixties. He even appeared before a senate committee to argue in favor of legislation. That would make it legal for adults to use hallucinogenic drugs. So when richard. Nixon assumed the presidency in nineteen sixty nine leary was squarely in his sights. Ostensibly nixon wanted to eliminate drug use in the country. Leary very much did not. That made him dangerous. So it's little surprise that when leary's appeal of his nineteen sixty five drug-smuggling conviction was overturned. The government wanted a second bite at the apple but any joy nixon and his cabinet might have felt in putting leary. Away was short lived using his network of contacts. The former professor escaped prison remaining on the run until nineteen seventy three when he was detained in afghanistan and sent back to the united states. There he was jailed in the notorious folsom. Prison and briefly befriended charles manson and though his sentence was for ten years leary was paroled in nineteen. Seventy six having served just three. It's a surprising twist day given that so many drug offenders imprisoned for decades on similar offenses then again timothy leary was famous and white which might have had something to do with his early release
Fresh update on "luis" discussed on Pacifica Evening News
"Referred to by his initials M. Blow, traveled to the northern states of normally on and San Luis Potosi for no fewer than four sizable public events. As well as private meetings and reportedly a dinner party with leading businessmen. This scale of the circle of contacts during the tour is still unclear, though it does include at least seven Cabinet ministers, various military officials to governors and four mayors. Among them was Interior Minister Olga Sanchez Cordero, who is next in line of succession. Should the president become unable to fulfill his duties, and this is indeed a new president at this question, Sanchez Cordero clarified this morning. I'm low will.
In Reversal, Pentagon Announces Aircraft Carrier Nimitz Will Remain in Middle East
"Meantime, just days after ordering a U. S aircraft carrier out of the Middle East, the Trump administration is now reversing course. Here's correspondent Luis Martinez In announcing the abrupt reversal to keep the carrier in the Middle East. Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller cited recent Iranian threats against President Trump U. S officials pointed to threatening comments from top Iranian officials made is the Pentagon initially announced that the Nimitz was headed home. The threats took on added significance on the one year anniversary of the death of top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani by U. S Air strike. Regardless, US. Officials described the decision to keep the Nimitz in the region as surprising and very
Fresh "Luis" from KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"Were just re opening it now. It's backed up all the way to the capital Expressway that should start to unwind your next update at 5 38 on the traffic leader KCBS. You might have heard her interview with meteorologist Jan No. He thinks the bulk of the Atmospheric River the worst of it will be focused in Monterey County and San Luis Obispo County. Still plenty to worry about here. Heavy rain, gusty winds starting tomorrow evening bulk of it in tow. Wednesday morning traffic and weather together on KCBS one of your brushing with the Phillips won by sonic care in ultra portable electric toothbrush with a built in smart timer with micro vibrations and contour bristles. It cleans your teeth gently and keeps your smile bright to find the right one or two or three for you today, that's hard. It When you want the story behind the story, there's no solution in politics or in life union to insider film A tear, but you have his trade offs and you're constantly making.
Cleveland baseball team will drop 'Indians' nickname
"Agrees, though, as Marconi is here to tell us this morning mark yet late President Trump weighed in with a Sunday night tweet writing. Oh, no. What is going on? This is not good news, even for quote Indians canceled culture at work. And plenty of fans wonder why the change is even needed since the nickname came about in honor of Native American player, Luis Sock, Alexis, but over the years, just like with the Washington Redskins There's been a louder and louder call to do away with offensive monikers in The New York Times broke the story last night that sometime this week, the Cleveland baseball team will be announcing It's changed to what exactly No one seems to know. But suggestions have ranged from going back to the pre Indians. Cleveland naps in honor of legendary player and manager Annapolis wa the Cleveland Spiders or even the which, for what it's worth as my vote mark in a 10. 10 wins sports Like many unemployed or underemployed people. Sammy the Bull Gravano is into podcasting now, and on his premiere episode, he
"luis" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye
"Sammy. J and welcome back to this week's episode of the be real podcast. This week my guess is louise's miranda guys. I love this conversation so much. We talk about his new documentary. Siempre lewis which is on. Hbo if you haven't checked it out. I highly recommend we talk about the importance of family education system and the behind the scenes. A running a political campaign that you won't hear anywhere else. I rate you guys. I hope you enjoyed this episode. And i'll see soon first of all. I am so excited that you are on my thought. Gas it truly. I have so much talk about. I washed your documentary. It is incredible. So i thank you for for having me last time and the best thing. It's that many times in live. I always have to prepare. When i'm going into an interview. Politics an issue on agency any institution. I always need to know more. The great thing about doing interviews about the documentaries that we're talking about my life. I actually no no pretty well. You know a pretty well. Yes so no preparation needed. Well that's awesome. I think you've been in the public eye but you've been working a lot of the times behind the scenes. What is like having a camera crew following you for so long. I i started thinking about. Jj the director and god laws. The camera person and the sound person. And i started thinking that they were furniture really. Yes how do you make that mental distinction though where the cameras become furniture to pretend that they're not there so you can be your fully authentic self by ignoring them really. I could be good at ignoring. That's my wife or or kids with. They're telling me something. I don't i don't want to hear also having the world sear life like it's you've never expose yourself before. What was that like the opening scene for those who will see the documentary. It's the heart attack and sort of the doctor's office my cardiologists and I have gotten so many texts and emails and calls from people who i haven't seen in a decade to decade different from you old. I have been making friends for the last fifty five years. Well that's awesome. I think i have been really interested especially since two thousand sixteen about activism and taking action in your communities and you have done so much with you know taking power back and for people my age it can be really intimidating to start when you see so many people whether it's in government politics or just people telling you you can't do something. What advice do you have to just get started that you got to stop being the kit that follows order custodian. We are trained to follow the advice of our parents to follow the advice of the teacher to be combs social beings. All weird toward is the rules of the game. And you are of better kid if you follow the rules of the game. So it's how do you begin to transform and begin to check that the rules of the game may not be fair that they need to change when you begin to realize that they need to change that you begin to develop your own leadership. Some people are respectful leaders and use the political process to do that. Others are in the streets sort of challenging the status quo and eatables. It's gonna pick whatever leadership style comes with our own temperament and then it is that time when you begin to challenge the norms and the rules that you really begin to experiment. What feels comfortable in making change. What kind of leader i am. I really liked what you said about. We're in such a critical time in our country. And i personally think that a lot of things are being reevaluated. Whether that's politics or sports or broadway or that system. And i feel like this time though. It's really scary. It's time for change and innovation because it's making us re evaluate different things And something that. I really wanted to talk to you about is education. I am very fascinated and passionate about this. I know your son. Miguel has adhd. and i've I have learning differences struggled. It was my entire life. I have auditory expressive and receptive processing. And i've learned so much and this passion has really grown. I've the research i've learned so many people don't have the ability to know they have learned differences and also be at a school where they can learn how they learn and no. They're not stupid. And i think it's really important as the progression of our society for people to know they're not stupid and that they can make an impact so my question is what can we do in society in politics to make it to make education for everyone normalized so kids know that they can impact make an impact. Another not stupid i. We need to make the realization that you explained in your question. We all learn differently. And the difficulty with education is that it tries to normalize all evolves into a particular pattern. Which is the way to learn and the moment we challenge that big is. We realized that kids learn in different ways than we begin to build an educational system that has possibilities for everyone but it really starts with parent realizing that their child learns differently and not feel a shame of that. The and it's normal. Everyone's brains are wired differently absolutely but some parents. They went to the ivy league school day. Learn in the classroom with a teacher and kids unac- sale so the fact that their kids may have adhd executive functions issues auditory perception issues. Whatever it is difference. It's never what our society does best in accepting.
Third monolith found in California, matches ones from Utah and Romania
"Monolith has been discovered on a mountaintop in Atascadero in the San Luis Obispo County area. Okay, if the case Marshall Benson, with more the tall chrome and cubic structure has now become a spectacle for its random appearance and mystery surrounding the objects. It appears to have been made of stainless steel. And it is not. The first metal monolith to be discovered marvelous have been discovered in Utah as well, with rumored copycats, starting to erect them as far away as Romania. The space like monoliths disappeared as mysteriously as they arrived with no witnesses, adding to the mystery of the objects. Marshall
"luis" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Bes- But the scene is like they are people like me or you right than they have the same problems that you're you have you know on our daily basis and basically are sometimes a lot of times really know sometimes not the good way right because i think the global media and the attention that etiquette global stars you way never tells the right story by disease to say okay a player you know. The this mistake or player was called Outside of the regular times or or player in always this great guy contributing to know the global charity. A this is never the full story right and the nice thing today at least on the world of digitalization relieve underworld where content became a currency of of entertainment engagement and communication between people. I think actually i. I think it's fascinating that finally people are interested to understand a much more real story. About what seats the right. Of course we all know behind. The scenes is a message. Be sunny south. But i really think that athletes very much on the top ten brands like i. Actually i enjoy very much. The bottom no as series. I also dry. I very much our own leads. United which i think it's It's it's amazing story of of the journey of that glavin some of that fans than that. Almost you know peace. Everyone always includes At some stage something wrong is weapon. You're not going to which is very similar. Actually what. I found measures to see too many years ago in a when nobody believes that actually sequel become champion That story so interrupted. You say. we're louis figo luis figo. I've got to ask you about the just for men at the is that is that piece of your work. Says for men are straight to are. Now that's probably a more recent one right. That's not for my days. Probably because i don't think we know that's not for my time. I work with a mental. Two thousand six right. So i don't think we the that anything which is fermented at the ronaldo did so you represent you had to be in your portfolio rinaldo. Yeah and shift. Kinko's where anderson sankara so which which actually everything happen more or less by right as well. That's also true story So so as i say that was asian lawyer commercial.
Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia to Cheers — and Worries
"In bolivia former president. Evo morales has returned to his country after one year in exile following a right-wing military coup that overthrew morales last november thousands of supporters celebrated morales triumphant return as he crossed into bolivia by foot through the border with argentina where he'd been living since last year. This is morale speaking to his throngs of supporters. Yesterday bluto see fight continues while imperialism and capitalism exists. The struggle of the people will continue convinced of that. But there's an sisters. Evo morales has returned follows. The swearing in of luis arce as the new bolivian precedent and the return of morales maas party to power
Seattle M's Lewis named top AL rookie in unanimous vote
"Today rookies of the year. Yes they did today. And i'm wearing my hat in honor of the jackie robinson rookie of the year award. Nice nice so i wanna. I wanna start with this. I could not be happier. That lewis unanimous american league rookie of the year. Yeah i am honestly a little bit surprised that it was unanimous. Just because they're like. We said luis robert with the white sox very good great year. Yeah sure i come. I'm infatuated with carl lewis. I'm just like man crushing over here. I cannot express the love. For what he brings to the seattle mariners. It exactly. I'm so happy that he is recognized for it too
Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder After Grandmother Shoved Onto New York Subway Tracks
"Waiting for the train. It was fourth Street yesterday when a man took her jacket and pushed her onto the tracks. Luckily, the train was not coming right then police arrested the pusher at the scene. They say he followed the woman into the station. Charges against him are pending. Meantime, 30 actual of Luis Hernandez, described as homeless is charged with attempted murder for knocking 73 year old woman onto the tracks that the Clinton Washington Avenue station a couple of weeks ago, when we say the woman was trying to break up a fight involving Hernandez and her grandson, the grandson suffered a broken jaw. The grandmother Spend three days in the EU.
BBWAA finalists unveiled
"The Baseball Writers Association of America, currently rolling out award finalist for the 2020 season, former White Sox skipper Rick Renteria has been named An American League manager of the Year candidate while Sox outfielder Luis Robert up for rookie of the year along with the Mariners, Kyle Lewis and the Astros. Christian Javier
'Baby Shark' has become YouTube's most viewed video ever
"Cute and catchy Children's song recorded by South Korean company Pink Thong has become the most viewed video ever on YouTube. But more than seven billion views of edges past Esposito 2017 single by Puerto Rican Popstars, Luis Fonsi and Daddy. Yankee Baby Shark has claimed the crown more than four years since it was first uploaded. The original writer of the song is unclear, but it has longer the nursery rhyme and became a global phenomenon. After being reported by a 10 year old Korean American singer.
Red Sox interview Urueta for managerial vacancy
"Texas. The Red Sox are speaking with four more candidates for their vacant managerial job, reports say Diamondbacks bench coach Luis your ETA interviewed for a second time Twins bench coach Mike Bell Padres associate manager Skip Schumaker. Marlins bench coach Jamie Rosen all came in. Also the Red Sox plan to interview the Cubs Will Venable and the
Bolivia appears to shift back left as Morales party claims victory after election
"We're beginning today show in Bolivia where former President Evo Morales political party Moss is claiming victory in Sunday's presidential election. The results of the twice-postponed election have not been officially announced, but the centrist former president Carlos Mesa conceded defeat Monday as exit polls show Luis Arce has won over half of the vote giving. Him An outright win if confirmed it, we'll put the. Socialist Party back in power putting an end to the far right government which overthrew Evo Morales and Aku November two thousand nineteen protests have rocked Bolivia for months. Now, calling out the right wing governments use of military and police repression and violence against indigenous communities at a news conference, Monday and blender site search and Tina former President Morales, responded to the election's outcome. Bones. Sooner or later we're going to return to Bolivia that's not up for debate. Is Eight. And yes. They are many processes which are part of a dirty war and so many lies. Maleable Janas Bolivian brothers and sisters with experience and with Lucho. President once again would bring Bolivia forward. Pig Bolivia. In a short time, Bolivia will once again be enshrouded in economic growth like we had goes on. It's only gonNA we into political. This is the only political movement, the movement towards socialism. Political Instrument for sovereignty for the people that has a vision for the country has a program. That's why we won easily. That's former Bolivian President Evo Morales president-elect, Luis Arce of the Maas Party responding to the election results. Says Open recovered. We have recovered the mysticism this process, the people have made this possible with their discipline recovered this process exchange for all.
Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo
"The Socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win Bolivia's presidential election without the need for a runoff. Exit polls suggest he's won more than 52% of the vote. His Nicholas, Russia. If the results predicted by the exit polls are confirmed with SARS is Socialist Party will have made a remarkable comeback on Lee. Last year, It's veteran leader, former President Evo Morales went into exile after an election that was annulled because of fraud allegations. Not yet clear whether Mr Morales will return to Bolivia for the time being, though Mr Darcy has made it clear he'll try to heal the bitter divisions on govern for all Bolivians at the time when the country is facing a difficult economic
Arizona Cardinals to face Dallas Cowboys with Andy Dalton at quarterback in Week 6
"Arizona I'm afraid of how many points Arizona might score on that defense on the Giants scored 30 points on that defense and had two touchdowns called back. Giants defense is Excuse me. Giants offense is probably about as bad as any in the NFL. In Arizona when they get rolling Khun B, about as explosive as any team in the NFL. So 55 is the over under Arizona could approach that all by themselves. And then the question is how explosive is Dallas with Andy Dalton? You just heard Luis tell you he thinks that they will. They won't change a lot of what they do. And they believe Dalton can throw it around the yard the way that Prescott can, and probably can mean Andy Dalton, is it certainly As backup quarterback situations go. I don't think there's a better one in the NFL. So we'll see. It shapes up to be a pretty interesting and pretty important game
Now Nintendo is being sued by a child over Joy-Con drift
"And his mother today filed a class action lawsuit against Nintendo for not doing enough to fix a hardware problem common among Nintendo switch controllers. It's one of legal efforts several legal efforts related to the issue of Joy con drift a phenomenon where to switch Joy con controllers make in-game characters drift, even when nobody is moving them. The complaint filed in Northern California was brought by a woman named Luis Sanchez and her nine or ten year old son who is a minor only has initials referred to the complaint describes house and just purchased her son a Nintendo switch in December 2018 when he was eight within a month. The complaint alleges is controllers began registering in K movement with his his hands weren't on them less than a month later. It says the joycon drift became so pronounced that the controller's became in operable for General game play will use so Mom then went and purchased another set of controllers dead. But seven months later they began drifting to now it's definitely purses base of amongst which devices yes. Just can you guys figure out how to fix this stuff? So but this isn't the first lawsuit. There's a lawsuit in 2019 around a similar issue that has been moved into arbitration and a plaintiff lawyers have been changed recently asking switch users to submit videos describing their experiences with joy con drift to help bolster their case and last month actually a French consumer group filed a complaint to alleging planned problems
Joe Exotic special looks at ‘Tiger King’ star's life before the fame
"Tiger King you're going to like what's on Discovery Channel and I love Discovery. It's Ah, it's a show is going to tell us how the Tiger King became the tiger king. What happened to Joe Exotica in the beginning of years of early life is going to be in depth interviews, but even more impressively, the guy I'm getting Ray bring in Hey, was a police art officer at just 20 years old. Through that 80 f DEA, FBI, even secret Service. Hey, worked with undercover and before I go any further on his success. I want to bring him in right now. Derek, how are you? Hey, thanks for having me appreciate it, and I want to make sure it's Derek Love Oscar, right? Sounds good to me. Okay. Call you Derek. Listen, man, I want to talk about this show because I'm when the first ones that got sucked into this tiger King on Netflix. What? It was just what a compelling show you have a show tonight. It's on Discovery Channel watching, but I want to talk about your credentials of 1st 20 years old. You get hired on as a police officer. Then you become a sergeant. You're later assigned to special investigations. You work for the F D, a FBI secret service. There's credentials on and on and on on on even a best selling author. You write this book. The book is called the Undercover Edge. You publish it in 2018 and then bam. Within five days, it's selling out on and bookstores and on Amazon. Is there anything that you ever failed in life, man? A lot of bills a lot of fails, and I actually On someone who embraced failures because faces failures where the lessons are and from those failures. I've learned to push myself more and and try to never make the same mistake twice, but yet listen failures part of life. And if you're not failure, you're not trying. I always Try to push myself beyond what I think I'm capable of. And the only way to really find out what you're capable of to get to a point where you're felling. I've done that many times. And I'm okay with that. I'll continue to do it. Well, Okay, So let's talk about what's happening tonight. Discovery Channel. I love it. They're the programming is second to none. And tonight at 10 P.m. nine Central, You have a show called Joe Exotic before it was King. A snapshot And in this, you tell the story. What made Joe exotic Joe exotic? What happened to him in his childhood? You interview all kinds of people. How did how did this come around? How did this project come around? And what do you think about your experience doing it? It was a great experience, You know? Listen, I don't want to be involved with something that was just capitalizing on the success of the Netflix series. I want to come at it from a different perspective. And, you know, I think from an investigator's point of view, and from what I know our viewers, and I'd like to watch its how the mind works. Why a criminal becomes a criminal, and that's the perspective we took here. Why Joe dot in the way he is so This is kind of a prequel. To the Netflix special. We dive into Joe exotic childhood. His life as a young adult. And how he became the person we know. Today, I tell your king. At one point, there were a bunch of families sitting on the other side of the glass, all pointing at their little babies and the bastard. That's that one's mind at that point, he doesn't have a mullet, and he's not thinking about killing Carol Baskin so and there are people in life l they'll try to point to what changed them. I moved to a different neighborhood. Then I fell in with the wrong crowd and got into drugs. There's always some little apex and little point where life goes the other way. With with Joe Exotic is there like one thing one trigger. You could point you that said, Okay, This is what did it to him. You know, Listen, I'm not a psychologist. But if I had to say for me personally, what I thought was kind of a crossroads where he went wrong way was that is he had a he had a brother, who was really into an apple. They open their store together and Unfortunately, his brother was tragically killed in a drunk driving car accident, and I think that his brother's not only served as like a role model, but also somebody kept Joe on the right path. And as soon as he was no longer there Obviously, the traumatic, you know, Event itself really shook Joe, but also when those future decisions came up after his brother's death, instead of going the right way, he went the long way. And it was just a trickle effect. Where, you know, one bad decision led to three more And I think that was really the moment where Joe lost his way because he lost that role model that he could confide in and look up to Tonight, Joe Exotic Before he was King premieres on investigation, Discovery and such a great channel about second and not again and programming. It's just so compelling, and tonight we're going to be looking at where you are, and it's in depth interviews, even one of his husband's you interview on this law enforcement on and on. It's an end depth. Look at what made Joe exotic Joe exotic in a skin a sub Early days. It really wait, try to take it from a deeper dies. It's Joe exotic from the Netflix special covered really answered the question. How and why he became the way he is today and listen throughout the episode. There's going to be moments where you feel bad for Joe, and there's going to be moments when you're really angry with him, and that's that's intentional week. It's okay to feel bad for someone because of what they experience and it's also okay to feel bad for them. But understand that they're where they should be. Which in this case is in prison, So you know that's that's what we're hoping to achieve here tonight. Well, I can't. I can't wait to watch this. And here's what I'm wondering. When this tiger king came out it was right. It could have been timed better. Derek, listen was right. A cove in 19. Everyone was starved for something to do or watch because we were stuck in our homes and people. Benj, watch this over and over. It was a time It was the topic of our show almost every single day. But with them said he always had accusations that Carol Baskin had killed her first husband. He even went as far to say he fed her to the Tigers. If I've got to think that this special is going to be a huge success, are there already talks in another special where you might be able to look into Carol basket as well? I know there's investigators doing that, in fact, is a special tonight before our special called Tigers. Lies. I don't know the name. I apologize, but it's radar is on right before ours, And it's an investigator that looks into whether or not Carol basket could have been. Responsible for the death of Don Luis and what that means for Joe exotic. So that's something you're into making tonight. Grab some food have. Ah, sit down and tune in for both things were back to back talking with Derek Lava, sir. When you when you watch that show, it's like these can't be real people. Each person is more bizarre and fascinating than than the last one. You talked to give us a couple of people We didn't see maybe on Tiger King that you talked to for this special that are really unique and interesting. Well, you're going to get Ah, I think the biggest one that you're going to hear have is ah phone interview with Joe, exotic ex husband, the one who was actually stood over his bed and put the put the gun in Joe exotic face. He's also in prison right now for murder, and he shed some light on the relationship between him and Joe, but also some of the things that were going on a far polygamy and you know, you know, sex and drugs and I think that you know, the people who visited the do the do did not know about. They did not see from Joe when he came out, put on his whole, you know, show Part of what intrigues me so much about this special is when the Tiger King special the Siri's ended on Netflix it seriously left. Just start for more. Tonight on investigation Discovery. We kind of get that MME Orb because they tried to do a special was mostly zooms and this and that, But tonight there's actually uncovered footage and home movies. Photos that you guys have acquired and that's going to be shown as well. Is that correct? That's correct. It's not going to be just a rehash of the Netflix special. Like I said before, it's the prequel to the Netflix special. So if you enjoyed Tiger King, and you're looking for a little bit more of an in depth perspective of Who Joe is because that's really what we focus on then then this is probably something you should check out. I probably don't want to know the answer to this. They did a pretty good job of hiding any potential animal abuse and the show was that a part of his life, though 100% 1000%, and that's that's why I am part of this is well. This man was responsible for the killing of at least five innocent tigers and himself at court admitted that there were many more and I really hope that when this is all said and done, 10 15 years from now what we remember about this whole Tiger King phenomenon. Is that it was the start off the end of, you know, exploitation and killing of tigers and also that don lose his family get the closure they deserve and find out what happened to their father. If that's what ultimately comes from all of this, you know chaos. And I'm all for it. I hope it's just not for, you know, 15 minutes of fame for Joe and Carol. No,
'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin sued for defamation by missing husband's family
"So Carol Baskin is upsetting people. She's now been sued Carol basking You remember from the Tiger King tend everybody is certain she killed her former husband, but She has been sued for defamation by the missing husband, Don Luis, his family over references about his disappearance on dancing with the stars. Apparently she was joking, but I don't even watched it so I don't know. There's $100,000 reward for information about the disappearance of her former husband. On. And of course it was Joe exotic who he's the one in prison. She's not Who raise suspicions that she fed her spouse to tigers. S O. Whatever. There are people that like dancing with the stars that are very upset Derek Hough. For not eliminating Carol Baskin. He they felt that he had a chance to get rid of her, because apparently she's not much of a dancer. She either is terrible. She's she's even worse than I am. And I'm really bad. No, I want to watch today. I'm glad you're being track of that. Well, people were mad, man. They're not. You know, people are not afraid to tell you when they're mad. They go on social media, and they say, Come on, Derek. You could have gotten rid of her, and you didn't. So there you go. News that we don't really need except sometimes we need news. That isn't really that important to clear our minds
Carole Baskin sued for defamation by missing husband Don Lewis' family
"Okay, all sorts of dirt. Today. Let's talk about Carol Baskin, who is making her run on dancing with the stars after becoming quite the household name when she appeared on the Netflix docuseries Tiger King, So now she's being food. By her missing husband's family. This is I mean, Don Luis's family believes that Carol bask in killed him. And so they took out an ad during dancing with the stars, the premier sharing this information and asking for information about the death of Don Luis. And now she's being sued for not speaking up when some dancing with the Stars judges cracked a couple of jokes about Don Luis. This's what teams got some court documents and in this new lawsuit, Lewis family members accused Accused Carol Baskin of being complicity when Judge's name dropped a viral tic tac video showcasing the unproved conspiracy theory that Carroll killed, Don and then fed him to the Tigers. Locale. Baskin has said for many years that she didn't have any involvement in her husband's disappearance. That he just disappeared is missing and has been long presumed dead, and the family is taking issue with a couple of other comments as well. And so they're suing her for defamation.
Carole Baskin sued for defamation by missing husband Don Lewis' family
"A little drama for Carol Baskin, Former star of Tiger King, So daughters of Don Luis, the missing former husband of Carol Basket of suit Carol for defamation. In a filed court document, Lewis's daughters And his former assistant claim that Carol is complicity with jokes about her ex husband's death while in dancing with the stars. The court documents also alleged that Carol is posting new information about the relationship with her ex husband online. Is hot. It is Rama. It is a hot mess. And that murder? Yeah, she did. I mean, she she? Yes. Does she make some jokes about it? Remember jokes, but she did. I mean, she's she was very. She exposed herself. Oh, no. Exposed some emotions yesterday during the show and talked about how she's trying to remain strong for her own daughter's, but that this has been really hard for her. I don't know. I don't know what the truth is. I just think if somebody really honestly might have killed their husband, would they be on dancing? I mean, should she be on dancing with the stars? I mean, I don't know. Medicine 2020. I don't know,
"luis" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Army veteran Luis Alvarez he is a West Point graduate and has a PhD from Mit while serving in Iraq. Louis came to the conclusion that too many of his fellow soldiers ended up having amputations following traumatic injuries. He believe there had to be a better way to regenerate bone and. Soft tissue, and so he embarked with the military's blessing on an effort to make that vision a reality Louis says the founder of Thera-. DOPP give a regenerative. Therapeutics Company. You joins us today to discuss his time in the service and his ongoing work to help those wounded and service to our country and Louis. Thank you very much for being with us. Is Great to be here. Thanks so much. We'll let's start at the beginning of your story where were you born and raised? So, born raised in Miami Florida and never really left Laura that often until decided to join join the army. So I'm in Florida boy after is there a military service history and your family? Yes, my both my grandfathers fought on opposite sides of the Spanish civil war. Lucky for me. Neither of them was a good shot, my father and uncle both served my uncle here in the US and my father in the Spanish Army I felt a calling to serve as well for my country. So it was it was kind of drew me to serve when I was very young. What was the reason you wanted to attend west point and when did that start that interest in attending West Point? Really didn't know very much about the service academies somebody. Might attention that you could go to military school but also studied airing. And that that will give you a path delay on choose of course, either career military service or go on to do other things is I wanted to do science. So it was very interesting to me in different than the other universities a blind. I decided to go for for both. Naval. Academy at West Point and I don't like the water that much I went to West Point. Out of those years at West Point change you as a person and as a soldier you know I, think they were formative years for me I of course, everyone who goes there quite young and for me, it was a refreshing experience in a way. You don't hear that often or the first couple of months or you know kind of a culture shock but. After that, you really can thrive right you for me. It was unexperienced to learn not just academics. But also had lead people in it was kind of laboratory where you can test leadership styles and it was just along fun for me and they're not good memories of Debbie. What Year you commissioned..
"luis" Discussed on How I Built This
"Guy rise and on the show today. How a perfect storm of skill and luck trove Luis von Ahn to create capture than recapture and then duo lingo foreign language APP valued at one point five billion dollars think about the small moments or decisions in your life that actually had a huge impact on how your life turned out. Maybe it was a conversation. You struck up with the person next to you on an airplane. Maybe it was a party. You reluctantly went to only to meet the person you'd eventually marry or maybe it was a decision to stay on vacation an extra day that sparked a new idea for Kevin System. It was a random remark from his girlfriend that made him decide to use filters on instagram for Blake. Majkowski was a chance meeting with a group of young Argentinian who took him to the countryside where he saw kids with no shoes. That one day inspired him to create. Tom's and for Louis Fun on it was a free lecture at Carnegie Mellon University in two thousand. We'll get deeper into the story in a few minutes but that single lecture would lead him to invent to ingenious new tools the I was capture. Yes captures those annoying twisted and blurred letters. You have to type into a website to prove your human and the second one was duo lingo now. The biggest language learning APP in the world which is now getting even more popular because people are looking for new things to do now that they're stuck at home but was captured and duo. Lingo were designed to harness the power of crowdsourcing to solve problems. And I'M GONNA blow your mind here if you have ever typed in a capture or reused dueling go. There's a good chance you've taken part in a massive online collaboration that you probably weren't even aware of and it's amazing. How Louis came up with all this but let's start at the beginning. Lewis was born in Guatemala in late. Nineteen Seventy S. Both as parents were doctors and though he was surrounded by poverty violence in Guatemala City. Louis screw up in comparative privilege and as a kid. He spent a lot of time hanging out at the family business. My Mother's family actually had a candy. Factory everybody is always a Mesa. The fact that I grew up with a candy factory they think it was like Willy. Wonka or something. I was not all that much into the candidate. Self I was into the machines because basically the candies made by these gigantic machines. That bump out I don't know how many thousands of pieces of candy per hour and basically all my weekends. I spent playing at the Candy Factory and I would They the machines apart and put them back together they would be some extra pieces after. I put him back together on that. That would be a problem but what? What kind of student were you were? You were school pretty easy for you. Yeah I was pretty nerdy basically. That was really good at math. Math was just easy to me. I what I would do during the summers is basically get either next year or you know. Couple YEARS LATER. Math books on all the sizes. Wow it kind of came easy but the way I really got good ideas by doing hundreds and hundreds exercises. That's what you do in. The summertime was bored. I mean I was an only child I is. I didn't have that much to do. This is remember this is also pre Internet pre everything. So what was I going to do? Man That's what I did was putting playing cards in the spokes of my bicycle and by jolly ranchers seven. Eleven should math books. So you were. Did you just love math? I mean it sounds like kids. Don't think about their future. They're not like I'm going to study math so I can be in tech one day like unless I've really enjoyed it. I I enjoyed it was it was like a puzzle for me by the way this is not the only thing I did. I mean I I also played a lot of video games Pirated Video Games in my commodore sixty four like floppy disks. Floppy Disk loppy discs. That's right I wanted a Nintendo. When I was eight my mother would not get many intendo. She instead got me computer. Commodore Sixty Four. And I couldn't figure out how to use it but eventually I read like the manual stuff and I figured out how to use it more than I figured out. I could buy other people's video games. And so I became a little hub in my in my little neighbourhood but these were not other kids adults or kind of basically young adults who had a computer and they would come to my house and I would take their games and give them my games exchange so then. I collected a pretty large number of video games but sh- mentioned right that I mean because your childhood sounds pretty nice but but like as a kid I guess or even as a teenager there was a civil war in Guatemala right. I mean we know that today. There's a a lot of violence there. Obviously violence in the US and other countries to but Guatemala's has been particularly hard hit. I mean did it feel dangerous when you're a kid yes it did. There was a civil war pretty much since I was born in seventy nine to nineteen ninety-six. There was a civil war going on the whole time. It always felt dangerous when I was fifteen or so. My aunt was kidnapped for ransom. I mean she was gone for seven or eight days. Wow People's cars would be stolen. I don't every couple of months. Somebody's car would be stolen in my family. Going past seven thirty PM was rare games. You needed to go out in a large group. If you're going to go up at seven thirty PM and I did my house had walls and barbed wire yeah. It felt dangerous. I mean this is one of just one of the reasons I came to the US. Actually I mean I was. After my aunt was kidnapped I thought to myself. I don't WanNa live here. Yeah and I guess you did end up leaving Guatemala for college because you went to Duke in North Carolina and you describe yourself as a like a math nerd in school and and is that what you intended to do like to do something in math. That's what I wanted to become an economic math professor. I was pretty certain. I wanted to become a math professor at the time. I thought the best thing that I can do is really learn a lot of math and I really it and I thought it was futile to learn how to deal with other people. It is interesting because my job. These days is one hundred percent just dealing with other people's problems. I'm just trying to understand the so so by becoming math professor. You thought. Hey I wouldn't have to deal with people I would just deal with facts. Data and numbers. Yes yes and you know I. I'll do math research all day long. And every now and then after class of but whatever that's like a tax That's that's what I thought so all right so you are She gets your degree and you this path to go into academia and you go into a PhD program at Carnegie Mellon Correct and I guess you go into computer science right yes. I changed from math computer science because I visited a math Grad school and what people were saying the professor was saying. Oh I'm working on this open problem that nobody's been able to solve for the last three hundred years and I thought I don't think I'm smart enough if you haven't done it and nobody's done it in three hundred years that's Kinda not for me whereas when you visit in computer science I mean this is crazy thing before like. Oh Yeah I still have an open program yesterday. Well it's a much younger field yet so that I thought that was much more exciting for me. At least so you are a you start zero two thousand you start your program at Carnegie Mellon but I guess like really soon after you start You go to some talk by someone from Yahoo comes to campus to talk about your guy who was a big deal in two thousand. Who is that? What's the story? Yeah that was serendipity again. Most of most of the things that have happened in my life serendipitous. I was a first year student. I had been at Carnegie Mellon for maybe two months. I had you know the first thing you got to do. When you become issue soon as finding adviser I had found myself in adviser and we went to talk together. This guy from Yahoo was the chief scientist of Yahoo at the time and like you said Yahoo at the time was the biggest.
"luis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Luis Obispo California hello yes hello I'm wondering what staffer would to do besides go to the press in Washington my daughter has just left there after working for prominent senator and could not get through with the problems at all the only thing she could have done was go to the press and she chose not to do it out of respect for him so she had a story to tell but out of respect for the person she worked for she didn't tell the truth well but these are the people who do come to Los Romanos right the staff worker who says I want to let you know about what's going on down the whole now CNN fake Jake tapper George Stephanopoulos Chuck Todd they failed to ask any of Joe Biden's names potential running mates about the assault sexual assault allegation against Joe Biden he's running for president now if you think that Donald Trump would be treated the same way you know better than that you know the only thing you got from the Biden campaign generally is all that's false it's sort of like the protection program for Hillary or Biden you know they everyone cares about obstruction of justice in Russia but Hillary paid for dirty Russian dossier that even The New York Times as sleazy as they are you know recognize was likely Russian disinformation from the beginning she deletes all of her emails that are subpoenaed bleach bit you know then the hammers and devices and sim cards this service is in this interview in the in the with the intercepted a podcast it's it's out there we're reading it we see it and it's really you know graphic and then this is a full on sexual assault this is not a a cast there's no ambiguity nothing and obviously we were hearing that tape and knowing that her friends have gone on the record from at the time knowing if you compare that to the media coverage of Brett Kavanaugh or the media coverage of Donald Trump and stormy and Karen McDougal and and everything else that they brought up for you it is breath taking hypocrisy and it is a gender driven and if this does improve the media has a bias I don't know what does and I think like I've been saying I want every Democrat and everybody in the media in retrospect was Donald Trump Zeno phobic racist hysterical fear mongering travel ban on January thirty first the good idea did Donald Trump do anything right we buy building all these hospitals and getting the ventilators and the gals in the masks and the respirators I'd like to also ask them this question of why isn't anyone in the media have the courage to ask anybody about this Nancy Pelosi endorsing Biden today just dismiss it this is a this isn't about politics or anything else what you know the when she was talking about Cavanaugh The New York Times it is out there no out no other allegation about sexual assault surfaced in the course of our reporting nor did any former Biden staffer corroborate Reid's allegation because they agreed to whatever changes the Biden campaign demanded on them and it's the same thing with the Washington post and it's the same thing with everybody else the only one person I see that was consistent but is it member was I believe I believe I believe I believe how about the presumption of innocence and I said at the time Chrissy a professor Chrissy up Ford should be okay let's listen to it and you had Julie sweat neck and they lined up almost every other weekend and then they've spiked the punch in the boys lined up in the halls and there was a gang rape they went with that now was the bunk but they don't care do you think your media is fair balanced objective for their gender driven basically an extension of of all things radical socialist Democratic Party the answer's obvious even Anderson Cooper CNN why didn't you ask the question just ask the question it doesn't matter how many times it's been said before home is where your heart is.
"luis" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
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"luis" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
"luis" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
"That was the man himself Louise's Fonzie talking about his own life. As a songwriter, showing the art often comes from small intimate places par away from the spotlight. So up next, we have the amazing people beats. This guy is all about music. His passion is contagious I. AM still in all with his dedication so less here for people a little bit about how he came up with the song that just landed him. Luis Fonsi Single Ladies and gentlemen people be. Going everybody in my name is Peabo. Beat I'm a producer singer songwriter artists. I was born in Pasadena California and I am the. Of Song Land for the episode with Luis Fonsi, so I grew up with a very very musical households. My Dad does a really have the exact talent side of things, but he's out of this world of showmanship like this guy will stand up for a million people make a show out of nothing, and then you have my mom's side of the family, which is all like? These insane singers so with the talent coming from my mother's side. With. My Dad being obsessed with like rock, and taking me to concerts when I was like. A baby baby, the combination between both of my parents I believe is what led. For me to have a good half of both so started, rapping when I was about thirteen years old. And then when I was fourteen years old is when I started to produce an rap, and then within the same year decided that I wanted to take it. To pop and start singing thinking to myself. I, WanNa make this so much bigger than rapping. Because I want to make the big songs on earth, and it just so happens that the biggest songs on earth have singing. So then I said you know what I gotTa start singing. And, then I started singing, and creating this concept of what I thought pop music was and just making the super energetic style, just English, and Spanish because I was going from Sheila my mom works for the airline, so I would go from Chile, and then come back to Los Angeles, so from both Sheila Influence and Los Angeles pop music, English and Spanish, developing a sub-conscious influence to writing music. So every single song I've ever written in written inside my room. By myself produced by me, written by me, sung by me and sway the song that I. submitted to Song Land was no different, so this was two thousand and seventeen. I'd already began exploring the world of Spanish like Don. Song Spicy though I. Remember that this bus seat did this thing that was super interesting to me that I'd never heard before. From the two producers and stories and multi shoring defoe, which MMA freak about these guys. I'm obsessed with these guys. So they produced that song I heard a triple kick. Goes Dum dum dum dum dum two three. On that part and I was like wow. That's dope and within this timeframe. I was thinking to myself. I think I wanNA write a you know. Don't hit like I. WanNa make a song that's going to bang in the clubs to try to make a song that will literally make you WANNA get up and start dancing like a maniac so pretty much the way that I had always done. It was I would begin with some type of melody right loops. Type of sound or get ten percent of the Song Melody Down as far as instrument. It could be a guitar. It could be the four core progression on piano. Anything like that. And then I'll pull my phone out. Click the voice memo record. And pop any every melody I ever have come up with them on different days in the car outside in my room. And then kind of go them later and figure out if I may have caught like a golden nugget in there, and I'll execute on one of those, so I messed around this guitar sample that goes down on Dun Dun. Dun Dun Donna. Donna. This thing was looping looping. A. Show, what I do is when I get some type of voice memo concept down our then begin the process of painting myself, the picture a little bit better, so maybe some ideas can come through hearing a little bit more of a produce version and this case, the golden voice memo nugget was. Then and then that Donna. Brazile. On The. I do and then I was like you know what I could do is want this thing to like. Just be completely quiet when I begins and I wanted to boom, just from zero to one hundred within the first couple of seconds, so the next thing that I did was one hundred percent was the drums, so bring the drums? Dum Dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum. Dum Dum dum the three cake the inspiration from under the stories. owner. Move Closer. Little Mom, you want me to stay. When produce the drums on top of the good tar? I then go back to my voice memos thinking to myself. Than Anna say soy, and then sway kinda comes out in my voice memos like that. And that was like okay. That could work, and then I brought in this base that just comes in the Dun. Dun. Dun. Dun Dun Dat..
"luis" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
"The band I'm Ester Dean in this is Sung lands podcast for those of you tune in for the first time we are giving you a closer. Look at the art of songwriting bringing you. Some of the biggest stars in music to share their own amazing stories songwriters. Plus you'll also hear from the winning riders so today on show we had the Great Luiz Fonzie and winner writer. People be but first a little backstory in two thousand seventeen. Louise had one of the most successful singles of all time d'esposito with over six billion plays on youtube one billion streams on spotify with both Justin Bieber and Daddy Yankee's version sixteen weeks at number one on the billboard. Hot One hundred ladies gentlemen be amazing. Lewis Fonzie. I grew up in a musical household my dad. Although he wasn't a professional musician he thought he was. Those just always music playing all kinds of music English Spanish tropical music. I grew up going to concerts or music festivals and so it was very normal when I told my parents. I wanted to be a singer. I started playing the piano when I was around eight years old then I got turned on to guitar but my main instrument will always be voice. I knew I wanted to do music quote unquote for real. My junior year of high school. I started thinking. Oh what am I going to do when I grow up you know? Where am I going to college? What do I want my major to be? So that's what I said. I want to be a musician so then I went to college in vocal performance degree and I was studying more of a classical music knowing that I did not want to be a classical singer. I respect classical music. But that's not really where my voices and where my love is. I wanted to do pop music but it was really important for me to get that education. It really has helped me so much now. On a professional level my education really helped me become a better singer. A Better Songwriter. A better musician to just really be able to speak the same language. When I'm into studio where on stage with my band. It was a good choice to get prepared..
"luis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Plays tool which they couldn't find the PA couldn't find him from you however long the ads the story. If anyone else told that it'd be like okay. He can read the phone book and I would be entertaining. I know I know it was one point. You were like 'cause he was talking about how he got an acting was basically he fell into it. He was using social work and then he was doing little side projects as a hobby. And in you tried to make which. I thought was seem to suit or you said. Oh you know. It's Kinda like you have this energy onset where it's almost as if because you're not that ambitious back area that it's almost you treat it like it's still a hobby and he was like. Nah Man now my profession and I felt really stupid because in the wrong context sounds and Celtics. I know you didn't mean it. That way horse not even so much respect for is of course. He's one of my favorite carries himself. Like it's just something he likes to do and aggressive or pushy about it. Well it's the thing that I brought up even that Rockwell told me 'cause I've seen Sam the night before and he was like what can I you know? Do you have any like funny inside? Scoop about Louis. And because they've known each other for years and he told me that story they anecdote about him going to a baseball. And SAM'S FIRST BASEBALL GAME WITH LOUIS AND That's a show in my any sporting event. And he's sporting event when Kaz Sam is such a dedic. I mean they're both dedicated actress but they just approach it so differently like Samsung was i. We can't Miss Rehearsal or like your beat late to rehearsal or anything like we got to be working on this thing and Louis was not. Hey Man is Sunday. It's Sunday may like chill out and that's what it was like. Luis the most for this from other people. He is just the most chill. Like he's the most chill specially for an actor an actor of his stature to be like now and this is back so early to the two thousand twenty. Yeah it was twenty years ago. He's the best. It really invest. It was yeah I again. I say this further guest but like Louis does not have two podcasts. Lewis like a legend. We just stay on his farm EAMONN AND RAISE NOT ALLOWED. Mama's read a letter. Okay this is from Chrissy. A subject is wanderlust life. Greetings Justin Christian. I said it that way because there's an exclamation point at the first off. I am loving the podcast. Thank you I appreciate the guest conversations laps you share with us. That's very nice. Life is indeed short and completely unpredictable. I grew up the small town girl next door to traveled. What what you didn't traveled worked hard and graduated. Uc Davis with my dream career in wildlife. Biology life was my oyster. And I had a plan for success a soon Nami of health issues including a broken back God and divorced from a first responder later. I'm not where I thought I'd be but that's okay I got a reality check on what's really important and for me. It was reconnecting with family. I'm a beautiful work in progress and now find gratitude on all things for anyone struggling to adjust to whatever life has thrown their way. Be Kind to yourself and do the best you can each day. Justin. I would love to hear your take on the best piece of advice they've ever been given. That's a good question. You know what we should start incorporating Also please do a podcast. Dan ackroyd that'd be great. Rogin had him on and it was amazing. Well Rogan has a little bit more reached than we do but Dan ackroyd be mazing. I know him a little bit from the hit film. The BAFTA winning crossroads that didn't go to Sundance surprisingly. No I think they were aiming directly for can Thank you for making me smile at my phone. Cockatiel in Poland cheers. Oh Chrissy is her name. So yeah so you can later Chrissy thank you. That's a good advice. Really good advice for asking for advice. That's great that's a good point. We start asking him if we do every once in a while the kids give your younger self. That's true sleep. Tom and Dan ackroyd would be great. Awesome Tab he is. I remember Hanging out with them a little bit at that party for that or whatever one of those crossroads events and he was. He's really into like motorcycles. And he's he's got that's his whole aesthetic is like he's got the what do you call it like a Helsinki Davidson Harley Davidson type via really surprises. You not yet. A that's how he dressed like one of those leather vessels that can. That's sort of surprising. I it was to me at the time We'll I'm glad Chrissy you're pulling yourself up. Sounds like you had a tough go for a while but you know being positive and trying to find. Silver linings is That's what you do. I have to keep going. I like you know. I've been advice advice that we give to kids. I think is still so useful and that sounds like something that you know. My younger more cynical self might have scoffed at like when she says do the best. You can each day site. Okay Sesame Street like that but the older I get like the more I've invested in Value and values. Yeah Yeah do the best. You can't go you supposedly So thanks Chrissy. Chrissy a an. Thanks Louis Gee what a what character. True character one of our greatest characters and We were so lucky to get him to to agree to appear or to. What do you say for appear when it's just your sound? Your Voice I your I think your voice can appear no can no maybe not. We're agreed We're glad he agreed to lend his voice. Yeah lent his great voice off never heard of voice like that now and I probably never will so thank you Louis. Freeh voice and for your Your kindness over the years and if you guys WanNa right in our email addresses life is short at wondering dot Com. We love hearing from you. Okay now here we are petering out could be a dream life. Good.
"luis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Here and I'm very proud of justice. Thanks thanks really sweet. So that had that happened Fun to Allah God. Wasn't it funny to hear him? I started we started picturing him as a cookie monster when he was. I now because Oh my God cookie monster. He's Ray cookie monster and he goes why because he's faizy radical at is he's just so honest saying certain things made me laugh so hard during them come out of his mouth like the word oath at one point he says he says cluster fuck overlaps year's greatest voices ever heard in my line. Now when you WanNa do something you like think of a great idea. I now captured him. I mean not just his voice but his whole essence. He has his luck his Hold We were talking about. Energy is so is so unique. I think it's Christian. I've been wanting to write something for him for many years and we had an idea at one point and then we were talking about doing an animated show with them and then it's like he's got such great voice as you just said but he's such a great face to to go along. You don't want like you WanNa get you WanNa catch all right presence. Yeah Yeah I've a prank. The referenced in the Intro when I met him when he came to the set of waiting and he that must have been such an effective alm. Frank because first of all it sounds like you're really committed to it. He was mean and the blew up because he does have kind of a scary. Yes actually scary. Look L. my God. Potentially he's got a very scared imitating. Look yes yeah. Well that's why he's so laid back unfriendly but let's say he wasn't. Let's say he was a huge asshole and he had that look like you would be one of the more intimating human beings I you could come across. Yeah and that's why it's interest- interesting. Because he had he does have that look but he is such a nice person. He's such a even his answer about. Like what superpower would you want and to make basically make other people nice like he just he lives in Vermont? He's like a sweet family man. He's the person that he is. I feel like runs very counter to what you might think of him. Based purely on his appearance and the characters that he's played I mean he's played real. He started his career play mostly heavies. Yeah Yeah did you get scared when you call it alphabet city instead of lower? It sounded like he got yes. You'll serious about it. It's hard to tell when he jokes because he so dry. I think he was serious about that. Though you're right it is I don't show too. I think he was like don't like he really resents what happened that understand that. Yeah so he doesn't like the term and I represent somebody. I had a place in the lower east side for why I was part of to Piss. Kinda but you weren't a a rich. Developer came in Nova. Eric and I supported that by buying something there by by being. You know spending money in that gentrified area I was part of. I told you that's true. It end up in a building that was developed right in Canada an eyesore. I relied you to tell him this needs to. I know I lived for a while. And it's called the blue building on Remington. Oh my God that's right. That was all recite. That's like intimate piece by now. I know I felt really guilty. That supported that but now it's funny. I bet either so many. I remember when that building when you first bought a place there. That building was like such an eyesore in areas of like offending. Our weather's a lot. I bet that kind of fits in now but that building either other buildings like that down there and all the worst all the worst that I supported that because that probably opened the floodgates car other developers I know I'm glad I didn't on the But you're right it's made. He's listening now it's difficult. It's very difficult to know what he's joking like. When he talked about his farm I do believe he has these joking about that. I don't know he definitely does but when he said he has llamas and I could've easily headlamps that I will remind he was like yeah. It looks seventy-five Llamas then. I started thinking seventy-five llamas a lot. Allama so he's probably joking that lawn for that many lamps sounds like his son was like he started laughing away. Then you're like oh I thought you had lifestyle like Nana. And he's like well. I used to force it. You're like oh so wait. What's the joke? Is that yeah it was it was really misleading? When he was yeah. I also got calves and it's like wait you have because he's a man that Cav. I'm kidding about that but horses. It's like Oh but you you just so you have some like beasts of burden like cloven hooves animals there you. He talked about not eating meat anymore. He gave up eating. Yeah at one point. You asked if you missed meet you. Try to connect with him and he goes and you go. Do you miss eating me like Carne Asada. I knew because I remember in side. Remember him saying how much he loved his mother's that wasn't just purely like a shameless attempt to like with patronizing It was mostly that this is a cool story about him. I getting into acting when he did the school play with my just like wanted. The challenge she liked didn't like the fact that I kept picturing little Louis Goose Mon Louis Badly Illinois Johnny. That must've been his talking about. Is The gym teacher Slash Director of the show called Fred Egg House. Yeah and you're like. Hey House Egg House. And he's like yeah and he goes yeah. It's spelled like e C K. AJ US new go Ou- ackhouse house and he goes. Yeah Egg. I started. Picturing Little Louis was so funny to imagine because he I just must have been a little like energetic like confident bowling ball of a kit and but I was picturing him with like a big because he grew up in the states in the sixties and the seventies when that unlike hair was really big. I just pictured him with like a big like fro and a little whistle mustache. Can you picture that? It also makes sense that he was given. He's selling Kiro. Yeah they must have all these odd jobs shining. Shoes and people must have loved. He must've captain charmed by him. Yeah and that's also probably why he seems completely fearless now yeah he never cultivated any fear you ever in those never instilled in him. It sounds like yeah. He seems like he was always although he talks about that. One day the first day with Al Pacino leaders one day of fear one compared to four thousand days of fear that I've had. Yeah it's funny. That's why I was like. What did that look like? Louis to me. Seems like the epitome of confidence. He just seems like so we were talking about this like the way he answers those questions. You never seems to like be concerned with how he sounds like when he answered the question about the dinner with three people with he. There is no concern. For what the good. How can I make the sound good? And then I'd say a lot of people wanna WanNa have good answers there at least like somewhat aware of like not that. His answer wasn't good but yeah there seems to be no awareness for. How is this GONNA come across? What are People GonNa think of me? He doesn't seem like he has any of those hangups no end. Maybe he does. But it doesn't seem like an aide says and show and that's why I was so curious about that one day he talks about Pacino. What does because I've certainly never seen that? What is like an insecure or A Louis without confidence look like what does that look like. I wonder how that manifested in its craze that imagine being able to instill that in somebody. That's that's the power that somebody like. Pacino has yeah but then of course the next day his his friend gave them a pep talk. The next day like that went away. You are this person which is such a good thing to remind him like I mean for for any actors but most actors aren't didn't grow up that way. Most actress don't have that authentic and upbringing their they you know certainly not a lot of. There's something real to tap into totally you singing. Bye Bye Birdie. With him was raising. I was a highlight of my time on this podcast like my. I've had a really. I've had a few like really great moments that I I can't believe I could do with Lia Thomson and there've been a few moments on this podcast and I feel really lucky to have had but that's that's gotta be up there. You know that seen in boogie nights as seen boogie nights when is one of my favorite scenes when the whole so he plays his character. Who is the restaurant owner? He owns a restaurant that they go to and he has this. Bravado is black he's so big areas and he's always trying to get a senior in a in a in a porn movie. Do you talk to Jack. Tump to put me in the movies. Desperately and long story short he gets getting a movie and you see like a one quick scene of him in the movie and he is to me. I've always thought that he was a choice that the that he made that his character finally when he gets a chance. He's going to kind of be scared and barely be able to get the words out on. That's how I've always read it. But Yeah did you notice there's interesting. He said that that's not how he was playing it. He was playing it like his character. Could he was capable of really going for it but he was being how neutered because he they're not going to let the Brown guy wasn't that his character got scared and clammed up when the cameras were rolling it was that he felt like they didn't they let and let him. Oh see I didn't. I thought maybe he was just saying that about the character like they made him. He couldn't he kept using like innuendo looking like get. I couldn't get a boner but I read that as he could. But the filmmakers in the fictional movie captain down okay. Well that's what I think. Oh Oh okay well that might be. That must be true. Maybe not maybe I missed maybe MS Raza it or maybe. I just misunderstood what he was saying. Maybe we'll see what the audience thinks you a you pretending to remember that specific how to make it in America episode. Oh I never He's a one Tony die and you say you're like Oh yeah I did say yes in my defense. I didn't say yes. I was just like a fun through fun through so he didn't stop. Wait do you remember that? He's like Oh. Yeah then. What was the name the guy who are thing about how to make an American again two of our very good friends in it now? Three including a bunch of those episodes. I'm sure you did. You don't remember no years ago now. Although what's your impression of how to make it in America my impression of how to make an America is. Y'All got cell these genes son. We we got all these genes Bremer like. When are we going to do with these genes and victor suicide? Y'All I know someone who's GonNa move these genes for our son and there's Louis like oh so you want to jeans. I I help you Saturday. Gene it's really impression There's a through line throughout the interview where you kept trying to understand why he lives in Vermont and you kept asking different ways and you're like what did you get an album out our bound program and that must have NAM man. I grew up in the West village and we went upstate all the time you okay. So it's not bad. And then his son even his son was like I didn't know that like I didn't know how you develop this. It's still to me. You know mystery why Luis Guzman Vermont to cool. I talked him for an hour and a half. And it's still don't get. Why does it's really cool that he does? It's it's also like I'm sort of glad that I didn't get a straight answer. And it only adds this to me. The only added to Louise Mystique and Louis has like more than most actress. Especially in the days of like in the time of instagram and social media. Where we're like any sort of mystique goes away with a few posts and people are always showing parts of their lives. But Louis has still such a mystique to him you know John C. Riley and some of those other boogie nights guys. Yeah Phil had that like that that there's not a lot. It's kind of like that right. You still don't know why I know dinner with him and he never really wouldn't be as fun if it was like. Oh his wife on there and they ended up inherited land piece of land. Yeah he just likes he likes that. Tj maxx story when he's also GonNa Tj Maxx and Vermont being confronted by guys with Rainbow Colored whistling at. Isn't it funny to to hear Louis Here Lewis? Anything but here Louis call some other guy character with a real character man. I guess what it takes me a real character heavy rainbow colored hair here seeing similar. Yeah and it adds girlfriend had not F- That that story of him as a cub scout get off the churches so again. 'cause you picture lil like bowling ball like hair like little kid. Louis He's Great. His voice is so unique and he such a funny great laid back personality that even when he tells a story. That like. Maybe isn't the best story. Take a story that maybe doesn't have like if you saw it in writing and be like. Oh okay the store. It's still entertaining like the story about Julianne Moore And when they were shooting play nights playing pool it's basically just went to just went..
"luis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Saving Varvara various. Yeah raising victim raising yards racing private Ryan along with us. I do okay. So we both make the South Bay tentative in my defense I it sounded pretty confidence but the fact that that I saw I saw that movie I was blown away I said. Oh my God I gotTa meet this Kid. Yeah Fiction Melanie D. as all New Yorker up in Laurie size so I call my age is they are please kid my number. I want to know he called me up and say hey magic want to really thank you for that performance and stuff like that and you know because like you know sometimes you see something and you have the opportunity to go beyond just appreciating India but also giving somebody that props must have meant a lot to him but yeah because I thought he did a great job yeah but also have pass. I'm sure to him. You're like elder statesman. You're somebody that I'm sure like fucking oboe. Like an elderly Damigella statesman elder. You can just call me a hero. Yeah Okay we'll be any aging hero. Yes well then you then you guys ended up working together on how to make it in America with another good buddy of mine Brian Greenberg. I Love Brian Shout I gotTA BR I asked Victor. What to ask you about. I said I t I told him I was going to be doing this. And that he said if Victor said ask him about how we almost went unconscious because we both knocked heads by mistake in the middle of a scene while shooting that Shahada. How To make an America? Do you remember this. Yes very clearly. Very fucking clear. No so this was my way of teaching victis something. Uh-huh I say I know you enact a motherfucker but now I gotta step it up to the next level here. Don't fucking ever and the share. Okay let it happen. Because we're happening that take. He anticipated the move and he went. I oh that's funny moved to just go right past me And then and then and then he decided to start on his own and by we and then he'd moved and he said he said he has not. Oh yeah he had a fucking non he said the size of North Texas. He's still got a little bit of that Shit. Got Plastic Surgery sanded down some well. I love working with key with fun man. He was he was. He was out of control in the best way. Yeah I love that guy and To shoot a New York must have been. Oh Yeah Great. Yeah Yeah like I say. The great thing about that character Rene is. I you kind of you and I understood him so well because I know people like that and I've been in and ask them of my Elementary Hustler. Element. Yeah Yeah. Yeah yeah you know and like dealing with the fucking guy that I was dealing with and Shit you know my guy the remember that one episode when that shot himself in the foot. Tuffy or light Mike as the funky dog wasn't fuck you fucking Gumbo. I'm a fucking ex-felons. Was You know anybody could fuck it up for you? Your boys can fuck it up for you. I yeah but we it was. It was just a good chemistry that the show was such a formula. For How many years? Yeah Yeah should've gone longer. But that's okay you're that. Hbo We had we had other things to do that. We were pretty successful at anyway. A I keep coming back to Vermont are you do you grew up there saying. I grew up there. Yeah I grew up from from what was that like. Wouldn't change it for the world man. It was incredible waking up at four thirty in the morning. Thank you so much to do chores real work. I mean you've got to feed the horses. You gotta feed the chickens. I don't remember you doing any of that. This is a narrative create. Thank people are going to be listening. Say But Anyway oiled in the field. Oh yeah actually we had to. Hey the fields that you we had to. Hey the fiamme with a butter knife. What what do you do when you're not working? What do I do fields till till two zero we? We don't Maple Syrup up there. Were women have hemp okay? you know Fused Maple warned the dog and is that A. That's a metaphor. That's a metaphor. And I know what is funny is when now you grow weed and I used to grow weed a really. I used to grow waiters from. I don't remember that big dome that we used to having Sutton that we used to store all the head loose kept. I'd like to little plans another. Oh my God and now you grow too little plants Sega. The basketball field the basketball court. Yeah no right to the right of the BAT. Yeah no shit. Look just discovering. But I'm sure I had the guy different little. I wish I could fight with my dad took. This is the dream. Come on man. That's bullshit I love. What kind of Dad was he was? He straightened me know what I mean. You know you learn your lessons. One of the best lessons I ever learned. And I've taken this. I don't know if you know this I've taken this with me. And my whole life is. He taught me I got in trouble in school in high school a couple of times and I was freaking out because I think I got in trouble and it was my dad's birthday and had to come to the principal's office and was like you know whatever and kicked out. Whatever I'm freaking out. And and you know he's he sat me down and he stopped his has stop crying. He goes you know there's a time and a place for everything and this is not the time nor the place. Let's go and let's do something else and let's get figure it out and so that's the lesson that I've always took. Oh Yeah I don't know if you're not. I don't think they were much of nothing. There's a time play to grow it. Yeah and clearly. You're in that. Fortunately you guys live in a very liberal state. I mean it's a very very fucking white white people. Yeah what is that? Like to be the only probably the only Puerto Rican man. Well you know because of us you know they usually a bottleneck can Making decisions you know Tom Jackson Shit. I can't go to their Latino property that sacred. What do people do people treat you? When you're there. You probably know your neighbors very well. It's it's a really cool place man. Offer SEAN THE TAXES TO FREAKING HIGH. Well you know when I moon it gets spread around. We love you burning. Not Not enough But it's a really cool place. You know People work their people hustled. There you know people worked land which is great before involve in their communities. I'm very communal But not just as Latino but how do people treat you as a as a recognizable person? There everybody's cool. Yeah you know. I wasn't a while you get a character you know. I was in Tj maxx right. We maximum we. Have we ever found one there so I go to the American and this is a couple of weeks ago you know? And this guy he is he he. His hair is like rainbow colors hair and he got leather. And you know he's like a real character so he sees me he goes. Oh my God oh my God they start whistling has Mac. You and I'm like Yo Yo. Keep it down buddy whistling put his. I'm like dude and he goes. Is it really? You know who you're talking about you know 'cause I try I try this. I'm trying to like are you the actor guy as an actor guy you talking about Tom Cruise. I'll never go when I like doing it anyway. So anyway the guy goes away and then he and then he's like still whistling..
"luis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"She had a brilliant and remember what inspired that character he has his so much bravado that guy but then when he gets to act in a porn scene he kind of shuts down. He's so clearly uncomfortable with Ad. Was that all in the script. You know I think that will Repressive yeah part of the story you know because they did not let this brown brother get some understand. Yeah so they like. They like my switch. Didn't go on me which were ready. They turned it off the eighty understand. Yeah get more. No no I see the The Yeah I get it. I got to rise to the occasion. Could've he's really am. I Love Love Your Pants in that movie you wear these. Oh my God Bro. Polyester you take him up to I. I forgot that I used to wear that ship back in the day after the war of your people used to wear this chin. Yeah Yeah do you are. This is right a comfortable. You like my wardrobe and then moving. I loved it. It came up to your belly button. Was that's how you roll. What was Paul Thomas Anderson like way? He's you've worked with a couple of times Paul grade you know for very fucking passionate you know his mind is always going. You know Wh wh how would you describe the you've worked with Paul and Steven Soderbergh? They put in three movies each. I think you know you're a great actor. What are what makes them different different styles. I mean you know well Paul Divider. Yeah you know so. That's one that makes him different but also on his side he's also cinema tire. Trinkets shoots them himself right. Yeah so you know you got two different things at a high level of talent going on. So that's what makes them different. Make them great at the same time did you had you seen hard. You know. I was not in Romania. I gotTa tell you a story about that way. So we went to a screening of it. And I'm sitting in between Paul and Mike the Luca Albouy who ran new line at the time so I'm sitting watching the movie and it's like a little slow for me or have been out. You were a little slow for it. Yeah so I literally started falling out. Who Point snarls? I'd look Paul. He he's like Yo what the fall that he already cast you off but you didn't shot. Oh my God my God yeah. That's really funny. Did you explain to him? Think share. That's funny that's funny. We were nights. You know I know you thinkin Shit. He's GonNa now. I think I explained there. Sorry Paul like my you know I. I don't even know about anything but I just know I never bought it up again until now never all recording this. Oh I was waiting for you know. Sorry I should've given you the green light. What that's getting me. We can stop talking fucking warming up. Sorry oh by okay I gotta ask you. Do you remember anything else from Boogie Nights? That I hate wouldn't have these now. I feel like I'm one of those interviews. Hey Tommy a fun story from Boogie nights but do does I love that movie so much I know it. So well Do you have any memories that stand out? She saw one night. We were shooting night. An so Julianne Moore and myself We cross the street and we go into a dive bar because they told you not gonna be a while to set up. Yeah so Julianne Moore and I go into this bar. We stopped playing pool and playing for a while and shit like no. We're not tracking time. I think maybe we have a drink or two like just totally Chilean here fucking. Pa worked swearing and everything we were looking for you guys. We were like do we. Were fucking twenty feet away where we came in to the bars right. They freak out. You're GONNA freak out. Can't find that that was pretty cool and then another time it would really cool because To Park came through. Wow Yeah 'cause you know him and Marco Fran. I didn't know that's all he came by. That was really cool. Did he was he did he know you? Yeah Yeah Yeah. We were really cool. Oh man and then Accord working with like Burt Reynolds. And you know but was he. What was that like? Burt bird was a interesting man. Where was I gonNA BE? Burnt was at the challenge thirty. You know he kinda came in with that whole Iconic status You know I don't know I mean. He was by carried himself. Up carried himself iconic. Yeah yeah very good. Good word who work but You know he was. He was cool with me. Yeah you know what everybody else but you know him. Being that connick he'll we've gotta get the Rectus Shit you know but he got through it through it and what. And what was that? Shot that great opening shot. That's sort of reminiscent of the the Good Fella. Shot that steady cam shower. They go through the club. Your Club right. How difficult was that to choreograph. How how much time did that take the set? We shot that. No we rehearsed it the whole night before. Take you told me that. Actually we did not shoot anything. I think we were hearst. It wow we were the first and then. We started rehearsing with the camera. You know and I it was. It was a major choreography. I bet was phenomenal. Because Yeah so. The stars that crane shy guy on the crane. Hammer down the crane and the crank comes down you know. Follow the car. The Guy Gold like running down the street and the car. The car comes in the guy runs onto the sidewalk so now he's looking at them getting out of the car right so the camera and then we go in and then the camera follow. Somebody grabs the camera from the crane. And they they pass it off. No no the guy was on the craze. That dog all while he's stepped off. He started running and this is back in the day when steady camps were pretty heavy. Yeah every Monday. So we rehearsed that the whole night I bet and then it was the next night we came back with her half tonight and then we probably got. I shut off like three in the morning. We ended up. Doing maybe six seven takes nowadays while you know it's pretty crazy that that Mike deluca It's pretty amazing that he finance that movie that they don't make movies like that and you know I mean it was incredible cash. Yeah Oh my God i Alfred Molina. You know that part where the guys off firecrackers. That's that's yeah I well you know what they they had to get me off the dude man because he showed up to the party and that's that was the one character that I despise so much to do you any firecrackers no I was. I think this is another farm story. Isn't it so you know and do you know going in that? It's going to be something special a movie like that. You go into that movie you know you have a good Bible. Yeah yeah no you you see. You know they're really taking the time to make look ride to the lighting. You know this is the take that we need. There's leading take you're getting you're getting you know you speak with your director. He speaks to you. You know yeah I mean so all these things you know. Was there a lot of improvising pre scripted? It was pretty scripted but loose. I you know I mean that whole thing with me and Dan. Shida with the telephone stuff. Yeah great when you win. They call looking verge. You have yeah yeah but it's all pretty scripted and and this stuff at the pool put me in the come on. I can do this you know. I can keep appealing to be in the movie. Yeah Yeah Yeah it's great. You know the Julianne Moore. Story reminded me of something that Sammy Iraq told me about. He said you gotta ask me about Doing welcome to Collingwood I love which the it was about the Russo brothers and Russo brothers. Before they got into you know now. They're directing the biggest movies in the world talking. Don't call me either motherfuckers garage yeah. I hope they're listening. Yeah so which one do you despise? More Anthony Joe. You're right up there. Maybe you're right up there now Yeah it was funny when we work in on Colin was so yeah so another great cast so yeah so anthony will come up and he'll say something to me and then he walked in. Joel come he will say something to me. And then they call then they go kor. Oh and then now you're allowed so which one guy which was were they different. Yeah it's funny. Funny has really nice guys but they were great. Yeah they they they they had. They had a good chemistry in each other. You know Sammy told me that it was It was the first time he'd ever been to a baseball game that you took him to a baseball game day. Yeah you remember this. Do you went to a Cleveland. Indians game that's right. Yeah he was amazed because he was like it was a lesson for him. He said because he was so worried about having to rehearsal. I guess it was a Sunday and apparently you were like an man chill at Sunday. Let's go to the game you know and you were just like Sam was struck by how he goes. It was a real lesson for him. And then you went to the rehearsal. Afterwards it was fine. Yeah yeah that's cool. Yeah no I have. I have fun time with Sami. Like I say it was such a great great cat. The movie I would. I would just really disappointed. 'cause you know. I felt like they never really distributed that movie correctly. It's alright it was George Clooney. You know he. He produced a he did. Are you trying to say this fall? Maybe probably take charge if you're listening. Here's probably talked. Yeah he he keeps trying to get on the show and I'm like I'm still waiting for that track. The George L. Hiya. That's an inside thing between you. Enjoy yeah I shouldn't have brought that up. You know putting it out there you know. You're airing your grievances. Now this is the Russo. Nobody knows where. We are undisclosed location finder. We're GONNA bomb shelters say that. What is it like Another duck income You'd have to worry about that in Vermont. You know about the apocalypse and end of days because you guys will be safe Well first of all we don't really think about it up there but you don't yeah so on somebody else's plate how. How much time do you spend up there you there much of that can? Yeah you know. Much of that can and It beautiful keeps you active. You know because it's like you got a farm Disciplined have one twenty seven acres. You know why. Yeah I know every fucking tree you have one hundred twenty seven. Yeah your nominee trees. But no but I'd like to La La born every a bunch of bunch like every spring. So you gotta go back your brand new. Hey you name them all. Yeah can you would you mind? Just naming just listing. Other names timber timber. One Timothy One. Three four pack timber. Airton hey what What motivated you to move there. Why did you move from? I moved there because Why I love them on the ninth place to go chill you know once the first of how'd you discover whereas for so I was like I. I don't know what seventeen eighteen years ago and one of my boys with a Professor Dan. He got some scholarships for some guy from the neighborhood. So that gave us a university of GotTa College Okay David mammoth went there. Macy when they'll kill you aband- fish started out the bond their new hours hanging baby stuff with the lab the labyrinth theater because they have a. I know summer program up there at in in Bennington Bennington College. Did you play with them? Is that no no no? I just went out there to hang out. Yeah Yeah Yeah one of the hanging out and and what you mean. Victor received another big toe. The way we met victim soup is..
"luis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Alcoholism Drugs AIDS and arte taxes. This is like what early seventies mid seventies mid seventy. Yeah so at that time You say it's more for social activism you've got intact So did you harbor any like ambitions to act professionally. Not at all I mean See then what happened. Was Megan yet or who wrote a play? Short is yes so short I. Sam told me he would. He would kind of part of of that. Yeah you know that. Oh okay short as a play about a prison About a child molester in prison and you did that play right. You had the movie the movie of the movie. They made a movie out of it. So mikey basically put us all in the background on the guy from the block. That was like my first introduction to film as you have any lines maybe one. Wow okay. That was good but he's still remember all your lines. Yes it was amazing. It was the main thing and that was in the early eighties. Now movie happens This flood movie was in nineteen. Seventy five wow okay. Yeah back then and so you do that. You have that little that experience and then it was social worker. I was social worker. I became a social worker. But what happened was it was just a hobby. Something I was pursuing like somebody were freaking right something and ask me. Hey what you do. These eight rose for me go. Yeah Yeah you'd have nothing to do. And he performed four shows. And that was it you know you. It's funny because it strikes me that you still kind of have that mentality. You are so late you're one of the most chill rockwell. Said the same thing. He said he's just one of the most chilled laid back is on set As if it's not something you feel any pressure to be doing or or This ambition that you have to be fulfilling. It's it's not a hobby anymore. Yeah to me. It's really become a a real art. Yeah Yeah that change Louis I think that change when I did Q. And A. With a man yell while Yeah That was Nick Nolte empathy hundred. I'm not found. Pay Charles Dutton. And that was a more substantial part in yeah and It was the first movie that I did from beginning to end all while I had done. Car Crocodile Dundee Two years back. Alright he came to New York. We started in Australia. Yeah took me to Australia Holding. Oh my kind of like the lower east side. Yeah yeah I mean fucking crocodiles? Yeah a lot of grants like lower east side. Yeah like their version of cockroaches anyway. That's not a Bagel. What they had those two. Yeah that was really fucking thanks. Thanks me up because that was a big movie so it was that was. He'll huge. Yeah that that my first residual check For that movie back back in those days checks was substantial. Yeah so that was that check. Got Me my first house in Vermont a while now. Why for my. I don't think I've ever asked you that. You have a farm in Vermont. You've lived there for years. We raise Lima So that it's amazing. She won't let me actually lambs. Yeah for me. And the Lima for for Yeah so we have three hundred heads of Lama on my only five fucking. I'm keeping count. Seventy five lamb lamb as well. But I digress chickens that I mostly passionate about there. We go we go. You have livestock there you've cows. I thought no no. No no we have. We have a dog okay. Used to have horses okay. More horses than kids. I never fucking think I still don't know how many kids five why the horses they just got into a man. I have no clue. You must have some idea. It was a hobby. Okay with the fucking expensive hobby okay. Anyway so so so I'm like Oh you moved to Vermont. Vermont for bad you know but anyway back to New York Back. We've already got to okay. Okay what do you want wells joined? When did you when you go from New York to becoming too doing Cuna? Let's say made? That seems like it but like I say you know I did Crocodile Dundee too so then I did. Qna and then after that I think Alito way high. Yeah what a great move and that can kinda be not because everybody loves a good fucking gangster movie Brian Depalma Pacino. Always that Sean Penn Camposano you want some more water. No good okay. What what was that like? What was it because I had no fucking clue what I was doing. But you've done these that you had done these other movies you work and you work with Paul Hogan Crocodile Dundee the drugs with different out to remember. No no no but I tell you what my when you're at a table reading and your idol is to people way from you this Crocodile Dundee. Now this is our Pacino was what was that like. How do you think we feel your young actor put a strip on about Pacino was supposed to do greg a knife? Who are very good. Okay Louis you're you're like sitting there with with not only Pacino Sean Penn. Yeah but I was very intimidated. That's hard to believe you know. Yeah I can't imagine that differ one day though. Yeah just you know. And then what happened? How'd you ease into? I call one of my buddies who kind of works for our reading helping him go through material and loves work. Shopping stuff. Canada's does so I asked them about you know Al And stuff like that and he gave me the best vice moments at Bro. You know this shit. You live in this shit. Every day you grew up with this shit you row with his ship Yeah mcvay Yo. What's up ballot going on man? Yeah that's that's really Pacino. Must've been thinking that was like how you really personify me. That cavern totally. Yeah I know and it's true I mean like you. That sounds like you were surrounded by that when you were growing up. Were you know? Four o'clock in the morning you go to a social club the back of the room. You know all all those characters hang out what I mean. Plane around the pool table and shit like that here see yellow personalities and so that that becomes the study for me now became study. You probably didn't know it at the time you were soaking up. These people you were absorbing their you know their behavior in there and just what it was like to be a living the life. Yeah I was. I was like that. Also dream sweetheart shepherd.
"luis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"In the early two thousands hanging outside of a bar in the lower east side and a couple of the kids came up to me teenagers and they sell you the guy in the thing and and they were very sweet and recognized me and I got excited kind of to be recognized and that these people were excited. It didn't happen to me very often and I asked him what they did. And they said they lived in the area and They were Interested in acting and so I said Oh do you do like school. Plays and and they said no not really. We did a movie and I was like. Oh just with your friends. Well kind of Yeah. It actually One Sundance and it turned out to be all the kids who are in the cast of this move raising. Victor Vargas which was like a big at Sundance and it turns out they had a much better career than I did. But that was twenty years ago so over the course of your long lustrous career. How many Sundance winning movies have you been apart nearly one? Whoa almost why it could be a dream life. Good badgering simple. You're listening to life is short. I'm your host just long dream sweetheart. Do Their shopping with me as another non Sundance winner Christian. I've ever even been to you. Never you never been to the Damn if Utah I actually. That's not true. I have to talk for. What your Acapella tour my band. Oh yeah the tour and I bet you were big in Utah. We spent some time in Utah. Is I think the most beautiful state in the country in my opinion. Wow in the continental United States. Oh the Utah Short. He's GonNa like to hear that. Have you ever been to Bryce Canyon? Yes we've talked about this incredible it I think. It outshines Grand Canyon. I think the Grand Canyon. Oh really. Yeah but I'VE HEARD. I've heard that I've heard that Brazilian is more beautiful. I mean it's hard to you can't say anything like negative about Grand Canyon but compare and Canyon. Grandkid IT'S GRANT I think. Bryce Canyon Grander Why are we talking about Canyons and Utah Utah? So those kids that I met back then that I Incorrectly labeled as as being amateur highschool actors were actually They were local kids. They lived in blurry side and they were all cast members smooth racing. Victor Vargas among them was are now friend Victoria. Suk and Melanie who I've since worked with an a movie that You probably didn't see ghost team Growing Gonju that one win Sunday's I don't think it even went to slam dance but Victor became a friend. And Victor is also very good friends with our guest today Another friend were pals And the two of them know each other from having the TV show Called outta making an emeritus right. That was on. Hbo Introduce somebody It was on. Hbo For two years other Bryan Greenberg was on it and our guest today. Echostar with those guys is Louie Guzman. Is it Luiz Orlando and we always wondered that you know what I'd like to do to say. Excuse me before I sneezed. Have you ever seen me do that? Yeah Yeah I like it. You don't like US cute. It's your fair that cell may whether it's Lewis or Louis you should know by now because it's a Louis Louis Louis. Not just what people call him who know him lightning. I drew my buddy the so I feel familiar with us. But I'M GONNA call you Lou. You mean how is that name usually pronounced. Nick is Louis. His name is spelled L. U. Is I always? I think you might be wrong. No I'm right. Here's why I know I'm right because his instagram handle said is Louis and back in the day it's L. froze phonetically only. Yeah L. O. O. U. E. Y. Or something like that. No Ohio I I. I think that's spelled but packing the day before I knew that. Excuse me me I should. I don't excuse me before square if I guess but I'm back in the day. I used to do this with people whose names I'm not one hundred percent certain about I kind of just Muffled the end of his name. I'd be like dog. I'd be like with like now. I couldn't get away with that Louise without learning so you don't know is Louie Louie. All Right Louie. One Hundred Luis Guzman. Let me to Louise Man. Well I hope you get the bottom it in this interview. Sam Kassam Louis and now. He's he knows him is friends with them. So you're saying I'm property. Nickname that his people who know him. Call Him Louis because it's affectionate but his professional name is Louise. I think that's probably true. I can't believe I do. Seles sort of people listening. If we left us in so Luis Guzman is I would say like the cast of raising Victor Vargas. He's like the the elder statesman that move. He also grew up in that area yet. He's of Latin origin is from Puerto Rico for our younger listeners They may be surprised to learn that many years ago. Not that many years ago the lower east side. did not consist mostly of gentrified Rich White and cupcake shops. It was mostly black and Latino And Louis is that was his original hood vats offensive calling it a hood where he calls it that I got some sort of making service but lose is a Stop beating around the Bush. He is one of our great character actors. Yeah how Yes for decades. I mean all of those guys in boogie nights He was in some some iconic character ensemble movies like boogie nights. Like yeah this soderbergh movies Magnolia. That's true God. He's that's the thing these Great Lakes Steven Soderbergh and Paul Thomas Anderson Line are great instructor and they cast him in multiple movies so they keep wanting to work with them. So I think that should tell you something about his acting prowess but there's also something about Louis. That's so I mean. He's very natural on screen but he also happens to be such a unique a laid back personality. He's such a interesting character just on on his own. As as you'll hear in this interview he He is really fun to listen to so fun to talk to and because he's also very honest very playful and sometimes you don't know when he's playing did you meet him We met. I actually met him through Sam Rockwell. Which is probably how I've met half of our guests Sam was doing move till. Welcome to Collingwood That will I think we talked about in the interview. That the Russo brothers did the Russell brothers went on to direct huge marvel movies. They directed Captain America. Now the avenger movies or many adventure movies But back then I think it was their first or second movie and they had assembled another great little ensemble. Cast that consisted of Patricia. Clarkson and William H macy and the Great Michael Jeeter. Remember that actor. Yeah did you hesitate because you only? I'm Sarah Archer grew character actors. Derrick jeeter yeah you never know what you're GONNA get the Turkey? There is such a chameleon in a bad labs right. He can't he can't know for the better than I can about that. You're not going to be so incredible. He might be terrible better than you if he had one of his arms. Thank you could bat lefthanded better than I can. Bat Right handed of course in you save. That kills her. Some people are really dominant with one hand with one side of their body. You know idea maybe. Even if he's dominant I think one of the worst major league players could bat better than you are the opposite hand. Then you with your dominant. How you really think that little. Yeah baseball skills. Excuse me no I just think so. Much of being a left or right dominated person very few people are comfortable both sides of their body yet but even if he's like look I know when we throw left handed. It looks ridiculous asks. I'm not comfortable but when I throw right handed it looks great but I think clearly shortchanging a professional baseball player savings. Anym- thanks John Lewis. You said Louise 'cause I don't really goes. I know I've met him a few times. But you haven't lived in New Orleans. Oh look it's our second guest. And how many Weiner with them at Giacomo Dads? She's so nice and so fun to go out yet was so. I met him briefly with Sam when they were doing that movie. And then I met actually no you know what? I don't think I did meet him back then. I think the first time I met him was on waiting. Waiting in Newark also knew came off waiting. Yeah would I played played on. That's what some people say when they they recognize me from a movie. Those say come off weight had did you come off this movie or that movie Interesting delivered and I did come off that. Yeah I did see I. As a matter of fact I came off where it was stuck to that one for a while we talk about when Louis I or Louis first comes to the set because we had been shooting waiting for couple weeks and we were all so we we got so close as a cast It's hard not to and Louis came like I think to. Maybe we can have two weeks into the shoot. He was kind of like the Big Star that they had gone to do the movie. So you'll hear US talk about that funny story and you'll hear hopefully more that you enjoy. Hopefully that's not it hopefully enjoy something. Oh my God give him a chance. I just WANNA lower the expectation that hopefully there's at least one or two seconds of worthwhile listening Oh before we get the conversation I we should also tell everyone. That's when Louis came into the offices. He came in with his twenty something year old son. Sammy who could not have been cooler. And we all Kinda started going in toward the booth where we're going to record and I said Oh Sammy you probably be more comfortable up air. It'll be just because it's going to be the two of US and talking and Louis was I. Na a man not it's cool he can come in like. I want him to be a part of this. Just know that Sammy. His son is in the room And I wish I knew Sammy's instagram. And all that. But I'm sure you can find it on Louise Instagram. It's Louis from the hood if you want to follow him he's really fun to follow. He's been posting winter shots from Vermont where he lives But so here's my conversation mostly with Louis and also a little bit with his son. Sammy coming up next sweetheart. Hey guys hope you're enjoying the podcast. I'll tell you something that I've enjoyed recently. That really surprised me. I'm about to enjoy now a bud. Light.
"luis" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Your call I don't know Maureen Miami's Trey let's close enough travis. Good how you doing. Good man what's going on. I'm moving into foul on Two thousand twelve four four fifty I stood occur on your vehicle. Oh you're making model. You just confirm the trump so I think it's got I think one hundred and ten thousand miles on. What is the year making moderate? You you just told me it was two thousand in twelve Ford F one fifty. Didn't you lower pay attention to what you're doing okay. We're having some you some cases in the mail and had yet to receive a response. I sent and I sent it yesterday. You shouldn't it yesterday right. Yeah I well. What's today Tuesday? I it Friday. I sent it out on Friday. Slot you guys. Well you know we had a little worse than many Many cans I forgot to them to monitor. What would say once again Ninety four thousand two hundred twelve. Why did you ask me to say it again? If you said it was a hundred twelve I was just verifying again travis. Yeah just like have an Asia. We were just talking about ago. Louis what's wrong with you. Use Your last act named Luis. Are you awake yes you may be. You may still be any furnished in Newark Agenda Vehicle. Are you missing something. Good to talk to you Mr Travis are you there yes I'm here okay. Actually say vehicle wasn't year make Amato Lewis. She just told me a minute ago. Susan confirmation again just verify that she transferred to cover suspicious Lewis. You're doing a horrible job. Go ahead and transfer me to special. Because you've asked me the same question three times I've answered three times and then you asked me what I just told you. Is this your first day second day. This is my first date. Isn't it really your first day. Shut up Lewis. Is this your first day. Yes saw games verify the year making model your mouth Louis Louis. I'm we'll make your first. They really really easy. If you go back to your actual script that you're reading it says exactly what makes year model. My car is my truck. It let's say just verse Gatien Lord. You're killing me man. Where are you located at? We're in California's but we have different. Okay so nationwide okay okay. Miscarriage uses catatonic great. Dave thank you for your time. Well I thought I was getting a warranty on my truck. I know you can't verify year making motor vehicle. I did when we first talked. Okay the first thing that Lewis was the first thing you asked me and I verified mysteriously year making moderately vehicle Lewis. Do you not remember me verifying it in the beginning of our conversation station. I'm technical difficulties with my computer and now talking to me one more time. Okay Lewis do you remember. We verified. Hi this is the beginning of the conversation years but I'm having some technical difficulties with my computer can verify for me one more time yes whereas a year make Komo vehicle. It's two thousand twelve What a four F one fifty? I'm like that's the last time I'm going to say if you can't write it down you can't remember it then. We'll have to go on to to do something else and you said the my lecture. I don't know Louis. What did I say before I gave you two answers? You'd be on the line one minute while give me in the nineteen. It's just its own. Who the second day? Not The first day Basser. Let's go. I'm drinking coffee. Jesus God is herb certain about this. I don't think he's taking these receive receive this call. Hopefully you win the marry Companions we'll call you later on this date by Louis. The LAMEY LOUIS OR I won't I won't sign up I guess I don't think he's taking this seriously so my I'm not saying that's here's how seriously can I be. I told them I I Louis shut up on toes of the year and make the model car. I told you the the mileage I told you I sent a letter out on Friday. I mean how much more serious do you want me get the only stripped down. I get buck naked and bang on the phone by our good day. Good Luck Louis. He's still there Louis. I'm thinking of you. Are you thinking of me. Louis Louis. You didn't hang up on me yet. Anti hang up on my.