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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I really believe that pete was a thing in his needs mattered. You know what i mean. There's a lot of this straight ramdas to. There's a lot of freedom and realizing that not having having your needs met in having your needs met. There's not that huge of a difference past the survival ones when these things happen to us that we think we could never have survived survive and we do survive them. You realize you're not who you thought you were. Who is it. I die. If that happened to me here you are. That's totally goes. I can't live with myself any more. Who's who's the eye and that's name so these things come along to shake you out of your cage. I can't live with myself anymore. Who's who's observing the myself. That's too much for you. That's grace fucking a the what if he chose another alec so fucked up. My name is andrea. My name is andrea and identify as her okay. Thank you andrea truth. I'm i'm a therapist. I also see a therapist and as soon as i say that i feel like my ego is speaking as a therapist. You know that's fine. That's explain <hes>. I was really moved tonight by your vulnerability and your honesty i wanted to thank you for that and what i was thinking thinking about is <hes> ramdas and his this is a quote that really moves me about were all walking each other home and of of course that might be a little on the knows that i just wondered wondered if you could touch on that a little bit yeah i mean we're all just walking each other home tom. People ask me if i wanna like if i go on real time with bill maher. Would i try to convert bill maher. I'm like what the fuck are you talking talking about this is this is where all walking each other home. I see bill maher as gorgeous essential energy. I see people who disagree with everything i said tonight. As gorgeous essential energy it's not a flaw the positive and the negative that's the universe yes yes and the no the zeros and the ones this is it and it's all setting the stage for the big show and we're all in it together. I used to the jews and the muslims and the eighth this were over there and we had to turn them into us and that's the most fucked up way to go through the world so most fucked up way to go through the world world. That's why it's beautiful to say i'm saying yes to all of you and i feel your yes for me and that that's a good way to end the show. Oh andrea andrea andrea andrea. Let's walk each other the fuck home literally. Everybody thank thank you for being here guys. I really appreciate that. He picked me. Come say hi. I'll be over there. If you want to give it up for loop one more time everybody nobody we'll see again tayfun chris. I'm so crispy my eyes..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"To your heart. You're gonna let them sleep in your house because as you that's you wouldn't you like that's your mother when you let your mother in the house but the brain goes your mother might steal your t._v. Or your mother might do something worse. You know you gotta gotta. Remember your zip code and this is what i think. Jesus is saying when he says being the world but not of the world so you got. Don't don't be a soccer right. Keep you got. Unfortunately i think you do have to keep your guard up otherwise you are going to you know get sold timeshare or be hurt or broken. Oh of course it is welcome to the paradox. But what i'm saying is don't do anything you have to do. You just don't forget who you really are. You're the observing presence so be the universe being streetwise be the universe having its heartbroken that it can't let its mother in because you have children or you have to you have responsibilities or there's trust issues or whatever it is feel that you know i miss my old faith right. They say that i'm like yeah me too. Sometimes it's fine be the universe missing your old fade eight and if it serves you have tea with it and when it starts selling you gay people are evil. Show yourself out. You know say but don't resist any of it if your morning if you're depressed if you're doubting don't be phony be the universe feeling doubt that's what we're here to do. It's just a thought experiment but if we were one thing and we were infinite and everything and we split into all of this we did it to do it. Alan watt says the meaning of life is life be smart but don't forget who's watching you being smart and don't think that it's really you. It's just a dance so i mean i find your own path. Find your balance. Yeah that's right. That's right work with it. Instead of resisting assisting at those conflicting feelings you have that's also your karma. That's also your curriculum and the ego wants certainty. The ego wants to go well. I'm a holy man therefore i'll wear these clothes and i will give all my possessions away. Maybe you're not there yet work with that. That's that's your curriculum so take it. That's where ramdas would say. You're in the third grade. Take the curriculum. You don't have to resist. We're far back right. I don't know why the only one allowed that was great. I think it's because nick is running. This like a football camp and it's working. You may have just the answer this for me but i don't mean this sound sassy because i can't tell you how therapeutic your podcasts in your book ben for me yeah but <hes> when you talk about like staring into somebody's is you trust reform minutes and kind of getting a pleasure hit from that <hes> i like how do you reconcile that with like turning around and posting something on instagram. You know what i mean like. How do you <hes> so consciously. I'm chelsea stripe or something that seems inherently meaningful with flake something. That seems inherently phony yeah. Do you know what i mean. Yeah welcome come to the paradox. It's not a dodge. I mean i'm right there with you. I don't have the answer for that. Valentine i gaze and then we'll watch shark tank. I don't yeah no. I didn't mean to imply that you were dodging i. I just want you to feel like what i'm saying is. I'm with you and i don't know but i am saying there's a way you can watch shark tank. That's a little less attached to it and there's there's a way dude. I have to post on fucking instagram. I have to like it's part of my job and i it sucks but like you know what i can love that too you. You know what i mean. I can say yes to that as well. I can say yes to the nastiness in the holiness and the doubt and the shame the anger and the rage. I can say yesterday instagram program. You know what i mean..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I mean people get there a million different ways it can be looking at photos of the hubble telescope anything that helps you zoom boom out for me. I needed a big kick in the pants because i my heart was so hard hardened to the idea of god got burned me so badly that i needed to buy by god from a rodeo at bonnaroo but that was for me that experienced you. Can i gaze you can meditate meditate. There's lots of different ways to do it. You can go to the botanical gardens and say yes. Thank you and realize that it's not out there. That's why buddhist said when you see the buddha kill the buddha because he's like if you think it's out there it's in the way alan watts also said burn the bible every easter. You should burn the bible because ideas are far more dangerous idols because you think it's the ideas you think it's something that you hold in your head. It's not it's you. It's you it's you. That's pointing you to you. So that's the same way of saying kill the buddha so you can find a lots of different ways but that's definitely one practical way that i really liked strong laugh. I like it be very nice to meet you. Sir hi hi so from my impression of your philosophies a lot of it is very individually based. It's it's your approach to the world and how you choose to interact with others. My question is when you interact from a sociological standpoint when others influences come into your approach and how you can maintain this without it being seen as you know. I don't want to sound like weakness or being stepped upon but but there's there's a level of peace that others don't possess and others will see that piece or that absolutely absolutely and it's something that i've seen in my life. I don't know how many times when you attempt to be the when you attempt to get through and it's simply not allowed right. So how do you approach approach that from your experiences yeah. You would say go as high as you want. Just don't forget your zip code. You know what i mean. So it's like there is a threat we do live in weird world where people take advantage of open hearted people. That's the cost of being open heart. It's why we're not open hearted. I don't think we actually hate other groups. I think it's too overwhelming to love everybody at least listen. You're minded as your heart can do it easily but you're had wants to call them gang members so you don't have to cry that fifteen people died. You know what i'm saying so you go. It was the others. Is those people even though you know if you're an entrepreneur they might just be doing what you would have been doing if you were in that neighborhood you know what i'm saying so too overwhelming to love so we don't wanna rhonda says the heart wants to give the keys away to the store right any homeless person you see if you listen to.

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"And again that's great when we're building a bridge but this mystery that you woke up in is so much more dogs trying to understand the internet so there's a humility there we go i tim mentioned on who's a genius and an and eight theus and i kept saying i know he's wonderful. I wouldn't change him for the world but when i said the unknowable he would correct me and say the not yet known right and that's fine. I'm glad there are people out there. I wouldn't change him for the world. I think there's some stuff that just is a noble. There's just as terence. Mckenna says the world is stranger than we suppose. The world is stranger than we can suppose. You can't do it and that's what i like to stand in. It's not gonna get us a new country a new city or a new car but it's gonna take you someplace different. That's the best. That's the best way to put it all right. We'll go straight ahead nice high high shayna nice to see yeah so i relate with you been homesick and kind of trying to find my way back home so i'm wondering how did you how did you find find that path again. I kind of i can understand like you get to a low and then you fill it and you're like oh. I wanna go back up. So how did you get there. I i do want to be careful here because i don't. I'm not just like a psychedelic pusher but for me when we talk about mystery. It's one thing to think about mystery. It's another thing to be like steeped in it right. So when i the psychedelic experiences i've had i had one recently on my fortieth birthday and i was laying with val and i was just rubbing my face in a circular motion on her face and went. Do you even like this but i don't even really fully remember this. There was a big part of the trip where he just kept saying with tears in my eyes i went. It's ineffable. It's an affable which is a word for meaning. You know you can't put words to it so that's an experience of of of revelation. It's an it's a mystical experience induced chemically right so i went from reading about other people falling off their donkey on the road to damascus to falling off my donkey so mushrooms and psychedelics were important for me in that regard the good news with ramdas why so important because i don't i've only tripped less less than twenty times in my life and i don't think it's a lot not in portland but you can and get their play without without that absolutely absolutely the one way that there's this thing that valid i._d. Where we look in each other's eyes you set a timer for the chimes. Not radar chimes something gentle and you can do this tonight in fact definitely do it tonight. If you want set a timer for four minutes and and just look in each other's eyes and not and not to look in vows is but to look in the eyes the eyes is into awareness awareness pointing into awareness like when you point a camcorder at the monitor that it's filming it starts going while all that's what it is you will trip you will trip. You'll have a psychedelic experience if you can do it but that's the coolest thing is. Most people can't do it because the ego will stop existing around ninety seconds in so that's why most people can't it's too much. If you have somebody that you trust that you can do that with that is a way to have what i'm talking about without doing doing something illegal. You can also do it..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"If you say thank you to suffering it. Just it's still there. It's like a hot coal. We are not holding it anymore. It's just sort of levitating in in the middle like a science experiment like a magnet but just kind of floats for some reason you're just you're looking for. I don't understand magnets. You just don't want to be too tight. You want to be spacious. These are the words i used to say saved converted. Now i say spacious infre- three and that's something atheists agnostic we can all agree that that is a good interstate to cultivate so when you're suffering saying yes thank you to it even even if you don't necessarily believe it like my baby wakes up at like five thirty in the morning and the first word out of my mouth in the dark bedroom even though i went to bed at midnight because i do stand i say out loud yes go. Yes and it's not to be phoney it because i don't believe it yet but by the asan yes. I do believe that it's happened. It's happened. I go yes. I'm not resisting. We're back to buddhism. I'm not saying i wish i wish this was that i wish the baby would sleep bladder. She didn't fuck you. What are you gonna do. You can't control what happens to you. Control role how you respond to it and you control which you is responding to it. The big you goes yes here. We are and we're doing it. What's being of your daughter water and i think we should probably move onto the cuny poison as and then we'll get outta here but speaking of your daughter what what can you do as a parent because you want to love her and support her and put on the best path that she can be on but also you don't want to control. You've already addressed the issue. My brother gave me one and i threw rua. But how do you mike cathy. This is the usual suspects moment yeah of the interview where we realize you were kathy all along kathy suze how do you how do you as a parent errant. Try to use these principles. You're talking about in parenting releasing desire left and right. How do you release desire over this person who you care about about probably more than anything else on planet earth. I i tip my hat to real parents. I have a baby you know what i mean. There are people in the room. That are like okay great idea so i don't. I'll concede that. I don't fully know what i'm talking about but i can also tell you what i'm aiming for and it's gonna be schmaltzy and i apologize but she's i'm not. I don't look at her as a vessel sold to fill up. I don't look at her something. I can teach natasha. Zero has great joke about how many babies as something they can stack up and lecture just like i. I am tall enough that you can kind of just talk item. It's all ego steph. I'm gonna make another me and it'll go out and keeping an asshole in the way that i'm an aso and that's parenting i. This is the schmaltzy part. She's not something i can teach. He is teaching. She's there. I i know you guys some of you. Listen to the podcast so you've heard me say it a million but i can't get over at jesus said less you be converted and become as little children. You won't see the kingdom of heaven so it's right. They're they're not a philosophy. Something you can hold in your brain debate. It's the spacious child so my baby is that so i sat with ramdas i went went on a private richard with ramdas..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"He was a professor at harvard and then they started taking a lot of <hes> <hes> l._s._d. And this was in the sixties before people really knew what l._s._d. Was it was new in the west. It was new general. It'd just been invented pretty much. Which is another story. That's a great story but anyway he took it. They started exploring it and then him and timothy leary you know timothy leary. Timothy leary went like the iconic classic route and ramdas thus went the eastern spiritual route because he wanted to figure out how you could get to those places without psychedelics because if you've taken psychedelics and i hope you have and if you haven't it's okay but if you have it's it can be sometimes it's just clown slapping. You and people people come up to me all the time and they're like oh took psychedelics because you told me to and it was just clowns in a rotating windmill slap for four hours and they're like where's the spirituality in that and i'm like i get it. It's not really what so you see. It's that you're seeing with something. Does that make sense yeah. It doesn't matter it could be. It could be yosemite sam. It could be completely non spiritual shaw. You're just recognizing how the equipment works because it goes. Oh you think this is reality well. We'll do this and you're like oh. I got to rethink this and that's a really important thing that happened. So romney says who we are is consciousness right. This is called the true self and some of the mystical traditions you your true self is what my baby is. My baby is eight months old. She just is business. She's just one with being. She doesn't have a story yet. She doesn't know that she's she's a baby. She's extremely present right. She just presents. She's never not been in the moment because she doesn't have an agenda like we all. Do we go around. I wear the shirt wear yellow. I'm a happy go to sue me and ramda's says we go around reassuring each other that are costumes are on straight. That's all we do. We just go. I'll make believe who you think you are. If you make believe i am who i think i am so i'm a laid back guy you reaffirm that and you're like yeah. He got got those men. You are made back like yeah we got it tyler and then you go to a tool concert and it's great but that's not who you really are. What we're seeing is the closer you can get to just pure. I am nervous us the closer you are to the mystery or whatever and it's not about thinking it's not about believing obviously one of the main reasons. I wanted to read this book and do these talks with you. Guys is is because it's all it's not about belonging to a group and it's not about being certain but the ego has gotten a hold of religion and and when the ego gets a hold of religion all it turns it into is basically a sports team. It's like it's us and them. We're right and you're wrong and whatever your group is. That's always the group..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Thirty four pages that's okay for some reason we so somebody would get a dirty magazine and then you all the like kids. Kids in the neighborhood would start building a fort to dirty magazine under yeah. There would be a trap door a temple. Yes yeah keep it in the holy of holies asshole asshole if i if i was in the audience i'd be like you guys were like it'd be minus and i was like that's me plus so ass holy of holies in the second hall is the vagina i think to this day like mildew we smell on a magazine is a little erotic for blending with the cologne strip cologne strip in the middle of now. I'll get laid but i used to be afraid of the rapture so i would literally keep an eye to the heavens. I had a joke about it on one of my specials where i was like. I was tempted to masturbate. I was afraid that jesus we've come back while i was coming back and then we i was so obsessed with the rapture. Obviously you guys probably know this is the pre pre trib would be all the christians are beamed up all the same people are beamed up and their clothes are left behind and so this is true because why would you want your clothes you're going to have your clothes can stack so we will. There was a christian prank show. This is true. That did a prank. You've you've seen it where one like you're. You're the christian we're gonna prank and we're your youth group and when you went to the bathroom in this bowling alley some of us not all of us to keep it realistic some of our right left our clothes on the floor and left the building so when you came out the hidden cameras would catch you being like in which is like the most fucked up prank. That's way meaner than anything stevo ever did right and when i heard that i wanted to shoot a sketch. Nobody cares about the rapture. I wanted to shoot a sketch with my schedule team. Whereas like okay so it's me. I'm the christian that they're gonna prank think i go in the bathroom. Everybody drops her clothes and leaves them on the floor and then i come out. This is fucked up. It's not gonna work and i was like mike and then my character realizing that he's been left behind and he's damned just goes around steals all the girls underwear. I would be so funny all the christian. Youth pastors are in their van like what seeking to do. What's he gonna do. Ooh this is my. You're like that guy. In that twilight zone episode where books yes the broken broken glass. All you wanna do his sniff panties. Yes but you fall and injure your nose. Well that goes back to the idea like i didn't enjoy masturbation right. It was always something shameful and that's why the book is filled with all these stories and again a lot of the people that grew up religious and maybe even a lot of you that didn't there's this like especially sex shame..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Reason. The book is called comedy. Sex got is because sex and god were so linked for me. I think probably for everybody that raise their hands. I meet a lot of people that can relate to this is because they told us there are these sins that we can do that will get a sent to hell which which is kind of fucked up because when you're a kid and you just got here so this is your so susceptible to someone being like there's another another place you know what i mean. It's just like this but daddy's on fire so you believe it. Why wouldn't you believe it on halloween. Halloween candy for wearing a witch mask like the world is fucking weird so you'd be like when we die. There's two choices and and you don't want to do the bad things right. This is the santa claus allows model of god and they go like don't sin and then you're like okay. What are the sense and they're like well. Don't lie and they're like don't steal no problem there and they're like <hes> you know that bubbling feeling you get every day repress that and that's the only sin and i'm saying thing that in quotes obviously that you have a biological urge to do a fresh batch every morning so this is sort of fucked up. I never looked at sexes something good or even jerking off as a fun thing. When i was a kid i wasn't just like with abandon doing a shot at tequila putting in one foot up on the counter and pointing it straight to hell you know having a good time. That's amazing it. That's your idea of having a that sounds so painful. I still don't know what regular people were doing but that is my guess one barefoot foot on the cool countertop and pointing your load. Oh no straight to the dark lord himself you know we're recording this to also use as part of the livewire radio show and i'm so let me say it again. I'm realizing a little of this. We're gonna be able to use for the livewire radio. Show you can use some of it. Just not the partway sakib's satan the downward facing facial and he loves it because he's the dark lord and it cools them but not a plot to attempt at ninety eight point five degrees get it on the fork shooting pitchfork in there and then the tail comes around and wipes it off. This is what i believe satan israel <hes> anyway. Wouldn't you be disappointed if i was like and that's still what i believe. Well okay get there. I want to jump into parts of the book and i guess we can just kind of go and a hat. Yeah whatever there's your described sometimes as a christ leaning spiritual person and i knew that you grew up really jellicoe with all the stuff that came with that. I knew that you had really reexamined the idea of christianity and faith and you wouldn't have been an atheist for a while but when i saw a horr- atheist is that it's just to distinguish. I wasn't like some can be a little bit bitter about it. I was very happy about because if you think you're going to the downward facial plays if someone tells you when it's over it's a mitzvah theorist yeah arabia story atheist..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"How could they be your undesired minimum. Thank you to me these all right. That's that's it guys enjoy my chat with luke burbank talking about but a lot of weird deep. I hope you enjoy it. Get into into it. You made thanks everybody is. This is this on mike important in the front row. You is it on okay. Sounds medium compared to mind yeah. That's aggressive aggressive. I feel like that was your idea. I we're gonna be one inch higher than your chair didn't work out though do you jon stewart on the daily show you jon stewart's like three foot to zoom everybody tweet about this. Let's get let's get a scan. They'll go it but on on the daily show is his desk was like like a pharmacist basically he was up here and then when he came down to say hello he was down. There was wonderful. We all love him but he's small. You don't have to back away. He's a national treasure. I'm so glad you're here. You don't yeah i really am this is luke. Everybody were fast friends in the book. I one of my sounds like boo the go with with the second part because you lose them changing my name to ray because it'll sound like yay. That is a knee joke. I knew we were from that is a joke. I would yell it and that's what would make it mine. I loved it the announcement before the show they were like no heckling. Did you notice i've we've noticed there's no heckling during the show which means when the show's done feel free to linger be like this sucks like stem. It's it's okay and i also love. It's courteous. I'm sure the guy did not write it but it's like please take this time to finish your conversations which i love that. We're all having like deep enough conversations. They need summation. You're all going to be oh whereabouts and that's when i decided to stop eating buffalo like a therapist trying to back time where you are in the session rang always like i'm working in radio i on that clock and i can feel when tara my therapist and bellingham when she's starting to really like rap the conversation. Let me ask you this luke. I'm going to ask you a question do you. Some people do some people. Don't i'm not going to tell you which when i then we're going to get a poll from the audience. Do you mind that your therapist is only listening to you because you're paying the real question. It's fair. One helpful heckler jones swarm on her that was i it. It is fair right where i'm gonna ask you afterwards. We're gonna talk about this. I like it. You like it yes because it means that there's a professional dynamic back to what is going on. She agrees because if it's just your friend yep i'm thinking to myself man. They're tired of hearing about this but paying eh one hundred sixty dollars an hour high go and see my tara dr gary penn whose book is available in the book. Yes and i pay dr gary penn cold hard cash so i don't have to go. I'm sorry to keep talking about my mother. That's what you have to say. Hey he's so. I don't lose friends. You know that one friend who doesn't go to a therapist an every time you see them. They're like my dad at it again and you're like if i can pay somebody steve. It's pays somebody shit elsewhere. I was about to bring up a something that charlie charlie sheen said about a paying people to have sex with him dude. I actually think he's quoting humphrey bogart because i often say this. I had this conversation. Yes i'm seeing other audiences humphry said with sex workers. You're not paying for the sex. You're paying them to leave. You're paying them to leave afterwards. Yes say there's a little before the sex that was i'm doing only before. If that's your thing it's called a job. I would be a talk job guy..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

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"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"He hosts a show in portland. A radio show called live live wire radio. Please be sure to check that out. He also does a daily podcast called t._b. L. check it out at w._w._w. Dot who needs that t._b._t. L. dot net goatee l. dot net and check out luke burbank who is a wonderful interviewer very very funny guy and a very engaging housed housed. Please check out his work and thank you again to luke and to livewire radio for letting us use this audio. I was so thrilled afterwards. We were both just kind of buzzing from the chat. It was like tell me you recorded the whole thing and they did and here it is. I'm so stoked as i've been mentioning there is a album called pete holmes living at largo. Oh that we printed only five hundred of a special thing to make it a collector's item to make it just a perfect die hard standup or me fan that you want to buy something exclusive and special all of the proceeds go to the littlest tumor foundation wonderful foundation to support <hes>. We're not doing it for business. We're not doing it for profit. I just wanted to put out something special. It seems like there's so much comedy out there. I wanted to make a record of a real show that only lia few people would get that. I'm only going to promote on this podcast so thank you for listening and as a thank you if you want to eight hundred pound gorilla records dot com slash pete holmes and you'll see the link there to my limited edition record living at largo only five hundred will ever exist. If you'd like one go check check it out at eight hundred pound gorilla records and i hope you enjoy <hes>..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Babylon love you. My favorite man. I watch you on Netflix all the time. You're my favorite this and that you're so hilarious, man. I I was telling my friends watch on Netflix, and I'm thinking you say things I am your Showtime special. It was awesome man. My brew I had had zero specials out then. So at the same time you say on this, his wife is like quite like, it's not him. It's not him. That's not him. I was like what I say, you know, I'm not allowed to vote. I know. I know that's not a Lonzo bone because I know his voice. She knew his voice better than he knew his eyeballs. This man was distracted by your shared Polk retu-. Yeah, she was like, that's not him. That was the funny like that's not him set your plans like you're playing himself baby sweetheart. You're playing. Say yes, not him. The thing is Alonzo on I r I describe you for our listeners. I'm six, three, bald, and you know, or glasses Alonzo is six, four, bald, he doesn't wear glasses friends. Oh, I just like my big bro LA that's like I too. I started stand up comedy because of Alonzo. Really? Yeah, I saw I saw him on last comic standing and he is a guy who has that swagger swagger and the his wit is so laser sharp. And you know, he's got a divorce presence. So have you guys ever been on the panel together? We do. We did the. We did the first all black panel. When was this was last year. It was a Lonzo myself and Phoebe Robinson from to queens. And it was great. It was great first and only so far may I think so somebody, I think one of us were plays MAs, and and we did that, yeah, so on and all black panel, how often did that the fact that you guys were all black come up? You don't have never mentioned it once what I said was why this is so amazing. This is the first time we have all left handed panel and everyone craves. New research out this week says the secret to a long healthy relationship. Well, it's sending each other pictures of puppies and kittens. I've been doing that for. That's how a second man you just a puppy pick. Come on man. Really? That's what you do. That's like I've done that multiple times like you send like attacks like puppy time. So really. So that's how you get with people. Hi, I'm Brian so each so crazy LOL. You're so crazy. You send the puppy picture and they go LL. You're so crazy. And then it's like the most basic thing that is insane saying you send me a puppy. Then clover off. And what is this wizardry that go be careful how you answer this because there is a risk of prosecution, but what. Just how young these girls..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"So in the matter of about two years, I went from sending them a totally unsolicited Email offering my services to actually being on the show as the host and the other. The one other just little detail about this at I'll tell you is what I didn't realize was that the show actually records on a Thursday night in Chicago, and then they take out some of the mess ups and tighten it up for time. And then it goes out to the the world that weekend. I thought the show was totally live, and I was sitting at my house in l. a. I knew I was going to host it in like three weeks and I was listening and I was like, how is he doing this? How is it ending on a laugh every time right when it's time for a lumber liquidators commercial lake. What like I can't do this like I don't know how to host this kind of thing. And I showed up in Chicago, scared ESL, and it was. Isn't until I had been at the offices of wait, wait, don't tell me at WBZ for like two or three hours that someone told me, no, we record on Thursday night dummy, and that was probably the most relief I've ever been my life. Oh, I can't imagine that would be so terrifying and I was supposed to be sort of driving the train, which was I mean, and again, not to get too into the mechanics of this whole thing, but I don't think anybody at wait. Wait, don't tell me was like God, you know who we should get Luke Burbank the guy from the Wendy's finger story. And so that first week that I was that I was hosting, I just was like, I gotta try to win them over, and so we get to the read through, right, which on Thursdays a few hours before the crowd shows up at the chase Bank auditorium, and the whole thing gets going, there's a read through, but not for the panelists. The panelists may not be anywhere near that. Exactly that good. Thank you for clarifying. So it's the staff of wait, wait, don't tell me it's the host, which is obviously Peter most of the time. And then it's these days. It's Bill Curtis. In those days. It was Carl castle. And so I got the whole show in front of me and Carl castles doing his part and I'm reading all of these jokes, a lot of jokes that I've written and we do this for an hour, and I think there was probably probably two laughs when I was just like, can I defend straight myself somewhere? Like what? What do we do like? Okay, obviously this can't happen tonight. We cannot do this show. And then somebody I was probably castle pulled me aside and was like, you know, that's all how it always is. Don't you worry or something? And I just like I just trembled my way onto the stage that night did the show. It was totally fine. The panel was great per use and everything was okay, but man, I was Mesko and into that. From NPR enter Congo public radio. This is wait. Wait, don't tell me the NPR news quiz. I'm Carl castle, and here's your host, the chase auditorium in downtown Chicago, Luke Burbank..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Wait, don't tell me sent around an all staff Email to like the whole network of NPR and they said, hey, we're always looking for new panelists. If you have any ideas, let us know. Here's the Email address. They were sending that Email to me because as the Booker on day to day, it's possible that I would have booked somebody for our show who was outgoing and funny and like would have been a good panelist. They were asking. Me to recommend someone else. Probably famous who could be on their panel. I took the Email to mean, would I like to be on? Wait, wait, don't tell me as a panelist, and I composed a killer Email to them about how I would love to be a panelist on. Wait, wait, don't tell me and let me just explain. They had never met me. They had never heard of me. They didn't know what a Luke Burbank was, and they were not interested in getting a Luke Burbank on their show. I sent this Email did not hear back for two years. The next time I heard from wait, wait, don't tell me was when Mike Danforth got in touch with being said, I've heard from our boss that you're going to be our fill in host. What what were you doing when they asked you two years later to host the show what had changed through a series of very surprising events. I had weasel my way into being kind of fill in reporter on NPR. I'd really. I'll tell you how I had made my name. I was in charge of covering the story when that woman said she found a finger in her bowl of Wendy's chili. Oh, you remember this story joining us now from San Jose is NPR's Luke Burbank and look. There are lots of unanswered questions about this case. First, let's talk about the woman on it was it was a woman in California who who'd sued a Wendy's location because she'd found a human finger in her chili and and then it turned out that she had put the human finger in the chili. And then she and her husband who had gotten the human finger from his friend at a construction site in the friend had given the human finger over as a way of satisfying a debt which is national a novel. I mean, you wanna talk about venom, oh, that is an novel way to solve settle your debts. But anyway, I was I was charged with covering this finger story Arseny when she made her claims, Wendy's started going through all of its employees checking their their fingertips. The question now is where to the finger come from what a police say about that. Well, they won't say exactly because they say it's an ongoing case, but they did ask all the employees. They gave them polygraphs. They check their hands as if one of them would forget if they had lost a finger into this chili mixture, they always on all things considered. It was like a live two way. I was being interviewed by Melissa block and the Wendy's where this whole thing had gone down from had offered free frost to try to get the customers back into the storms. And as I was doing my little conversation with Melissa block, I said, they're offering this weekend, free junior junior Frosties to anyone who comes into a Wendy's in the bay area for the entire weekend. Although, ironically, the chili is still full price, and then it was just dead air, just total dead air. And then like, you know, they played some like Kronos quartet music or something, but apparently someone in the higher ups heard that and like thought that that was kind of funny. And so they. They decided that I was someone who could maybe competently host, wait, wait, don't tell me..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"And can I tell you just a quick wait, wait elated story that I think is yes quite interesting. So my dad Walter Burbank, the way he. He ended up at the lighthouse ranch was like many people in the seventies. He was hitch-hiking around, right? He was in California. He was thumbing it and a van pulled up, and it had a fellow from gospel rich Christian fellowship, which was the parent organization of the lighthouse ranch and some some apparently nice looking Christian ladies in the van. They picked him up and they said, hey, do you wanna hot meal and a place to stay? And he said, blab -solutely. So they took them up to the lighthouse ranch. He eventually met my mom and they got married and the rest is history cut to one time. I'm backstage. Wait, wait, don't tell me with Tombo debt, and I'm talking about my parents and how they met and Tombo debt goes, oh yeah. Yeah, the lighthouse ranch. I almost went there. What are you talking about? And he goes, yeah, Tom spent a lotta time in Alaska and a lot of time in Washington state and the north west in general. And he back in the seventies as people did was hitchhiking around California and a van pulled up with a guy driving it in a couple of nice looking Christian ladies. They said, would you like a hot meal and a place to stay? And he got in the van on the way to the lighthouse ranch and lake halfway there was like, I don't know if I'm feeling this vibe, had them pull over and got out of the van. Had he stayed in van, he'd be my dad. You would be one of seven bow debts, isn't that crazy? So does your family listen to wait? Wait, don't tell me they do. They hear you and and your. Not heretical, but irreverent humor these days. They will catch. Wait, wait, don't tell me if they are. You know, my mom and dad are in the car and it's on the radio. They might listen a little bit. They've been to a couple of shows when the show has been near where they were living. But my parents are very for for how lake kind of religious they are. They're also really hard to offend, which I kind of like about them. My mom who is a very true believer to this day also has a great sense of humor like sense of humor Trump's all for her. And so if if I if I make a joke and it's fresh, but it makes her laugh that's acceptable to her. And so there's, I've never had a moment where they've heard me, you know, making a joke or talking about religion, whether it's on the radio or even like at our house. Like we, we have Burbank family thanksgiving. There's like forty people there. It's like doing an episode of wait, wait, don't tell me like there's a crowd and weirdly enough, they Bumi when I come in, which I think is unnecessary. We're gonna utterly pivot right now about it because if guest hosted, wait, wait, don't tell me what's that like, yes, I did the first time that I stepped on stage as part of wait. Wait, don't tell me was as a fill in host, and the reason that that was so memorable to me was because I worked at NPR as a Booker for a show that was produced in Los Angeles. It was a daily news show. It was called day to day and the producers of wait..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"And when we got done with the show, I was walking off stage in a very nice older couple came up to me and the woman said, why were they all bullying you? And I said, oh, no, no, no, they weren't doing me. It's it's, they're saying Luke, they're saying it out of action. And she says, no, a lot of them were doing you including me. Lake. She thought that was the joke. There is now a segment of the wait. Wait, don't tell me live audience like they don't know the original kind of start of things that the German nation of this whole thing. They're just here for the part where they Bumi now. And I think going forward a larger and larger percentage of the audience will just be doing this is my lot in life. All right. Obviously we're here to talk about, wait, wait, don't tell me being twenty and our experiences on it, but I have to ask you about your childhood. You you are one of seven Burbank children indeed. And I'm the oldest of those seven kids. Will you please explain to people how not only how unusual your upbringing was for anybody, but especially for someone who grows up to be a comedian, my parents met at a evangelical Christian religious commune in northern California called the lighthouse ranch. It was a decommissioned coastguard station out in table bluff in the part of California that is basically Oregon. So very, very rainy, very cold and very filled with the Holy Spirit. If you grew up in my household, my parents were as they would say on fire for Jesus..

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"luke burbank" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"luke burbank" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For since its beginnings i was you know started by luke burbank and john andrews and sean dettori back in the day here on kiro radio when they lost the opportunity do continue being on the radio luke decided to turned into a podcast in twenty twelve he asked me to join him on a daily basis but it was always like you said kind of an extra thing we did we'd advertisers got some money for it but it was an extra thing we did and then eventually because of our public radio backgrounds we hooked up with public radio firm that basically hired us and now it's our fulltime job so i don't know if that was interesting but it was all true and so this interesting thing on this article is the thrust they're basically saying is that and i get questions like this a lot i'm sure you do as well content is relatively easy to acquire nowadays i despite what the congress people are talking about to mark zuckerberg and their confusion about facebook you can get basically any niche product that you want so if you're into game of thrones there's probably twenty five fifty podcasts hundred podcasts on game of thrones you can geek out on that if you're into baseball you can find baseball podcasts if you're into whatever the topic i mean those are very even popular mainstream ideas i mean there i were well i'll bet you there's a podcast about night court tv show in the eighties you know i'm sure if somebody is doing we're going to watch every episode tonight coordinate a podcast about each other so you can find these really specific podcasts interest in seoul but what they're talking about here is growing rapidly and you're starting to see people that you didn't think would be adopters of podcasts mostly this with the early adopters were millennials and people that were on the cutting edge of technology it's really expanded now where you know someone like oprah winfrey's doing a podcast and you're getting a lot of people probably in middle america that never knew how to do this that are downloading podcasts a one that i was into frequently tony kornheiser was on espn and he abandoned a radio contrary to do a podcast and he built out his own podcast studio which is crazy to make as he makes seven.

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